The Birth and Death of a Modern Woman: On the Book "The Chrysanthemums" by John Steinbeck.
The Birth and Death of a Modern Woman
Although the suffrage movement gave women equality and the women's the right to vote; it took some years for a lot of women to evolve into the woman of today. Not only did it take women a long time, but it took men longer to give up the control they had over them in the past and accept them as equal. In "The Chrysanthemums" by John Steinbeck, we see the birth of Elisa Allen as a modern woman. However, her birth is short lived because of her inability to communicate her feelings to a controlling and overbearing husband.
As we enter the story we see…
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