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Aunt Rosanas Rocker As times change everything changes with it The roles that women take on have changed in certain cultures but in some cultures they have remained the same Before men were treated with more respect and superiority while women had no voices or say in the events that took place in their society Today there are situations where men are taken more seriously than women but slowly women are being treated with respect and play an active role in their community and have involved themselves within their community In certain cases the roles never change because the people do not change along with the society In those cases the roles are usually permanent because of their character or personalities and how they were raised The ways that some people were raised and their environment are the direct cause to why they may be the way they are Aunt Rosanas Rocker by Nicholasa Mohr presents a story where it discusses the lives of a married couple and how they are struggling with issues that involve not only the marriage but themselves In a way it does not directly talk about the different roles they play but it can be seen and understood through the events that take place and through the way the characters act Castro who is one of the main characters of the story is married to Zoraida Zoraidas husband Castro is the head of the family and is the one who is working and supporting the family He had even considered sleeping on the living room couch but he would not be driven out of his own bed He was still a man after all a macho master of his home someone to be reckoned with not be pushed out Aunt Rosanas Rocker pg 81 Castro is a masculine figure and takes on the role of the husband He supports and takes care of his family but the character thinks
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