"The Revolt of Mother" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
The Revolt of "Mother"
By, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
In Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's "The Revolt of Mother," we see a mother's inner conflict of accepting her role as a submissive wife, the one society wants her to be, and knowing how to handle the resentment from years of living as a subordinate wife to her husband. Throughout the story Freeman uses vivid language to show readers how women were thought as inferior to men at the turn of the nineteenth century.
Freeman's first attempt at showing readers how women were thought as inferior to men was at the beginning of the story. Freeman begins…
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