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A mans love is worthless Our mothers loved look where it got her a feeble husband Love is of no value without power and position-Anne BoleynAnne Boleyn was a female with true aspirations What she desired most is what many females search for as well marriage Marriage in the past definition of the word was simply the joining of two families Marriage has been twisted to entail a deeper meaning one of romantic origins Anne Boleyn in The Other Boleyn Girl knows that marriage has nothing to do with love As a three course meal is made with the intent to leave the consumer full marriage is aiming for the same effect Marriage can be looked at as simply an appetizer one that leads to the main course of power Power in a marriage is like the main meal which fills up the female in this partnership Anne Boleyn uses marriage as a pathway to power Hamida and other female characters in Midaq Alley take the same strategy In some ways a females view of power in a marriage can depend on the perspective Power can be realistic or simply perceived by the female The desire of power through means of marriage can be detrimental to both society and the female in the relationship Hamida Anne and many girls like them will go through many measures to secure some type of power Marriage is an act of submission Meaning that there can little to no power actually gained by a female due to the ceremony of marriage Through marriage a male and female just give themselves totally and completely to each other Realistically speaking the woman has no power anymore In marriage the woman will take her husbands last name which displays one act of submission The woman has given up her power and will
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