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Women rights still a controversial issue in todays equal partnership world are the thesis of both essays Both essay state a women role in the society My Mother Never Worked also states if a womens work is recognized or not Donna Smith-Yakel who wrote My mother never worked describes her mothers as strong woman housewife mother and then a grandmother I want a wife written Judy Brady also describes womens role towards the household compared to man and the opportunities they are presented with in life In My Mother Never worked a daughter remembering her mothers past files for her mothers death benefit check Yakel is asked for details of her mother which she proudly states was a housewife Yakel writes this essay in slouched but indignant tone because her mothers work as a housewife is not recognized as Work by the Social Security office as it denies her request She writes this essay in protest of how society devalues womens work Yakel uses a lot of dialogue when talking to the operator at Social Security Office this is done to bring a sense a reality to the text and appeal to readers Yakel also takes full paragraphs Para 12 out of her mothers diary to make an emotional connection between the reader and Yakels mother This also helps the readers directly relate to Yakels mother by including dialogue that show exactly how her mother is feeling Yakel also describes her mothers work in details My town bred mother learned t set hens and raise chickens feed pigs milk cows Para 13 to make the readers recognize appreciates and even relate to her mothers work as Yakel does And not discard years of service and hardship towards her family as Social Security did For the same reason she describes the most smallest of the details from her diary She raised a new flock of baby chicks500and Yakel also includes all
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