They fought for these rights in only way they could, by writing. Historical background of that time will allow us an insight of the important processes in which many women were engaged. These processes refer to the First and Second Wave of Feminism. Although Dickinson and Plath were not active members of these movements, they are considered to be one of the cornerstones of modern and more equal world. She created a society in which women wanted to live in.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. After critical analysis and in-depth reflection, I have adopted the belief that heroes, despite their extraneous characteristics, have very similar values to the people that follow them. This point of view can best be explained using three key points of focus. These points are as follows: The similarity of a higher guidance in times of need, the similarity of the code of honor that they live by, and the fact that no matter who the hero is, he or she is under pressure to be a successful role model. The similarity of higher guidance in times of need is the easiest and most direct of all the three factors. Most heroes, but not all, live their lives in allegiance to God or another worshiped figure. Take the story of Beowulf for example.
An Analysis of Anne Bradstreet: In Memory of My Dear Grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet
Superficially, these poems explicate the nature of intimate love and the survival of this bond even when separated from her husband. However, when the works are put in conversation, they resonate to form disparate parts of a larger Puritan aesthetic—one of deep introspection, loyalty to husband, patriarchy, and of detailed examination of the various trappings of the natural world. However, this resonance is not without nuance. Conflicting, overlapping subjectivities are embedded in the poems, as evidenced by specific word choices, imageries, and poetic structures. Simultaneously, she embodies and complicates Puritan notions of piety, self-evaluation, and human relationships.