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Women and Freedom
Before the twentieth century, male was the dominant sex in the United States. The male premeditated what roles women should play at home. Women did not have the right to vote and did not receive the same equality like men did. Some women writers wanted to change people's perspectives, especially men, on how women should be viewed and treated. Three famous writers who did a marvelous job in this transformation were Edith Wharton, Charlotte Perkins Gillman, and Kate Chopin. Edith Wharton wrote "Roman Fever" and focused on the realistic issues in life. Unlike Edith Wharton, Charlotte Gillman,…
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