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Making a Difference For centuries women have been seen as inferior individuals Women of every generation have been trying to change that image They have been fighting for the right to lead their own lives to not be controlled by anyone to be able to make their own decisions and to be free The Taming of the Shrew and The Awakening are two novels that portray a woman who in some way is controlled by someone Back then women were not independent they did not lead their own life until they took their own constitutional rights into their own hands Through the years women have made a big difference on society for future women of America The women in the 1800s have made more of a difference than any woman today because of their dedication and determination to give women in the future a better life The Taming of the Shrew written by William Shakespeare portrays two daughters whose decisions were made by their father Back then women were not respected as well as men were They were seen as property more than they were seen as people Bianca a young maiden in the novel was arranged to be married to a man that would be able to support her financially and who would give her the most worldly possessions Anyone could pursue her only if her father was able to find a good enough suitor for her older sister Katherine Katherine is the noisier of the two and has no suitors because of her shrewed manor Yet her father is adament that she shall be married before Bianca So in a sense these two girls were controlled by their father He was the one to decide who they were to spend the rest of their lives with The two girls had no choice no say in who they would marry and love Having an arranged marriage was not very common in the years that
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