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After further analysis of Mary Wollstonecrafts A Vindication of the Rights of Woman- Introduction it is evident that Wollstonecraft is very frustrated and has something very important to argue Wollstonecraft decides to address the French Diplomat M Talleyrand-Prigord in her poem as she is challenging his opinion on women in society and whether or not they should have an education Wollstonecraft is in fact challenging Talleyrands views on the womans role within society and argues that women also deserve an education By the conclusion of the poem it becomes very clear that Wollstonecraft is arguing that women have just as much potential as a man and should not be deemed the weaker sex Through the poetic tone and form in writing it is clear that the poets enraged attitude shows through her writing Mary Wollstonecraft wants credit and recognition She wants to be recognized as an independent woman who deserves an education just as much as any man does Mary argues with a clear humorous yet firm tone in her writing She refers to the many stereotypes that women are not just housewives and objects of admiration and sexuality but also of great intelligence The sense of humour used throughout the introduction makes it an enjoyable and entertaining argument to read Wollstonecraft claims that women are only the weaker and sensitive sex because they have been deprived from the opportunity of education which in return makes them bitter and upset Wollstonecraft argues that if women gain an education not only will they be much happier and stronger but also the children in the household will have two knowledgeable well-educated parents who can be of help for their studies Which in return will benefit society as children will be raised with twice as much access to important informationAn interesting realization within Wollstonecrafts writing is that she warns the readers in advance that she will not be using flowery language but only adhere to the truth
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