She has also added an ironic turn to the phrase “I, too, dislike it” (Line 1) because of her dislike of poetry has not stopped her from continuing to complain about such a system in the form of something does not like. The speaker is very forward and harsh in s... ... middle of paper ... ...no one is willing to break the mold per se. (Line 8) Everyone would rather stay with their own ideas of safety and uniformity. This “place for the genuine” Moore refers to in both versions of her poem is considered the setting of her poem. It is only here that people who have succeed in telling the truth, and staying true to the craft of writing poetry can exist.
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She transformed language by breaking the traditional views and by writing about man's power over women. At first it prevented her from writing the way she wanted just because she was a woman. Society did not expect a women to have a job as a writer instead writing was considered as a hobby for women. Rich had been taught that society considered poetry to be "universal" meaning non-female. Because Rich had been taught that poetry was "universal" it was very hard for her to write the things that she wanted too.
However, she uses her wit to describe her displeasure in the text: "Because the subject seemed to me not very pleasant for people who do not enjoy lies, and of no use in developing virtue or manners, given its lack of integrity in diction and theme, and after browsing here and there and reading the end, I put it do... ... middle of paper ... ...o Moses and Abraham. However, Pizan uses the three wise and angelic women to strengthen her defense of women. Another strategy Pizan uses to emphasize the moral strengths of women is by alluding to powerful, mythological women throughout her text. She mentions a city governed by powerful queens, "…very noble ladies whom they elected themselves, who governed them will and maintained their dominion with great strength" (de Pizan 11). This example of powerful women portrays them in a masculine role –-as leaders and successful rulers.
It is also often that their ... ... middle of paper ... ...get bored with what they have, or they just have a different need that is not being met. She uses marriage as way to place her characters in this state of wandering as far as their identity is concerned, and then finds a way to awaken them in a way where they become unhappy with their lives, but then doesn't let them find a way to change it. It should be recognized that Chopin broke the boundaries as far as writing about female characters in a way that most people didn't even think of them. But, more importantly, Chopin did not break barriers with her characters final actions. Using things like going back home, cheating on a spouse and dying she ultimately abandons the hope she installed that women can be happy and can make change for themselves.