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Anti-Feminism - A Fowl Movement is An Essay Concerning the Novel "Wild Geese" by Martha Ostenso Taking The Anti-Feminist Theme Into Consideration
Wild Geese, the classic Canadian novel by Martha Ostenso, is written from a very non-feminist point of view. To begin with, it can be seen throughout the novel that Caleb Gare doesn't give Lind Archer the time of day. Furthermore, it is the women on the farm who work the hardest and are treated the worst. Finally, it is Amelia who takes the blame for anything bad that occurs. The book Wild Geese shows us a narrow-minded view of the female sex.
Lind Archer, the new schoolteacher in Oeland who is boarding at the Gare's, is ignored completely by Caleb Gare. There are many cases of "Caleb'…
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