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Benavides Sergio Lit 2480 53004 Compare the Protagonist of The Yellow Paper The Storm and Eveline Weak neither strong gender does not exist we all know that These days we can find women doing the same jobs as good as any men can do it in some cases even better Their role played in the modern society has definitely changed They are urged to excel and the disparity among the gender roles is getting smaller every time However this was not true just a generation ago Women before the late 1800s and early 1900s were merely good wives and mothers expected to serve others to sacrifice their ambitions and personal needs in order to please and care for others These short narrations tell us the stories of three women in different situations but in the same era The epoch where become themselves meant confront the people and the society Eveline Calixta and Johns wife represent women empowerment in their own way Lets first take the case of Eveline a young woman in love who has been won by Frank She is decided to run away with him marry him and to live with him in Buenos Aires In contrast to her present life full of hard work Eveline looks forward to exploring another life with Frank and a new her across the seas Compared to re-living her dead mothers life Eveline has a chance to live her own life and begin something with Frank that is brand new and unstamped by the impressions of the past Start a new life in a new and far country is her dream and she is decided not to end up like her mother living a life of commonplace sacrifices closing in final craziness Her only alternative is to escape with Frank He would save her if she goes with him east across the seas Save her from her
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