"Herland": Critical Response Essay
In a review of the novel "Herland", by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Tammy Clemons admires Gillman's advanced interpretation of feminism, but believes that Gilman is to accustom to the traditional role of women in terms of sexuality and motherhood. Clemons says "Gilman abides by the heterosexist norms of her own culture and associates female sexuality primarily with procreation, thus negating the ability of women to have a sexuality that is in no way dependent on men." I both agree and disagree with Clemons statement. Some aspects of Herland are stereotypes of our own society while some aspect…
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