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"Everything Rises Must Converge" by Emily Dickinson.
Historically, literature has presented its readers with a dominant male gender and has produced an inferior female. "Everything that Rises Must Converge", by Flannery O'Connor is a perfect example of literature that exhibits the values and characteristics of the traditional woman. It exposes the common stereotypes associated with women and identifies with the tribulations of a struggling female in a setting where prejudices ran rampant. Its main character portrays every woman's desperate struggle to succeed and to achieve a sense of identity during a time of her life where the odds were…
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