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The evolution of men and women how the roles in society have changed Over the last five hundred or so years women have come a long way We have seen in the Sixteen hundreds arranged marriages where the woman had no say in the union and the relationships were is based on money or prestige Shakespeare 1668 Presently we see love is the driving factor In 1997 a study was done to say forty-six percent of marriages end in divorce Harvey1996 In the Sixteen hundreds there were no studies done but far fewer marriages ended in divorce That word was not even in the vocabulary What is the reason for this We have more choices more money and more technology Communication between men and women is the heart of the issue We do have more choices and that makes it much easier to give up on the one element in our society that has not change over thousands of years We can look back to the beginning of time and see how Adam and Eve struggled to communicate We see this illustrated with the fall of the Garden of Eden Genesis 31-20 Roles have changed but communication between the sexes has not William Shakespeare had such a real grasp on the relationships between men and women His timeless work has shown us that the past relationships between the sexes involved many communication issues no matter what the roles were In Much Ado About Nothing he contrasts many complicated relationships He includes men and women in love and men and women in family The common element is the confusing conversations that have many meanings pp 39-43 We see very deceiving tactics used to confirm relationships and form unions pp 349-359 As the centuries pass do we see the same approach to relationships between the sexes The times may have changed but the rules have not Looking at the Eighteen hundreds through Virginia Wolfs
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