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Barbie is 'the icon" of womanhood and the twentieth century (Ducille 50). She is the American dream (Varney 161). Barbie is us" (Lord 17). The question is always the same: What message does Barbie send? Barbie is a toy.
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The poem is written in response to the child abuse constituted from labour, yet the notion of gender... ... middle of paper ... ...n of Aurora Leigh. When recognizing the poor treatment of children, the recognition of the male dominated society does not go unnoticed. However, in The Feminine Education of Aurora Leigh Browning uses a naïve character, Aurora Leigh, to bring awareness to the absurdity of the invaluable education of women in society. It is amusing that in a society where women and children are not well educated, it is a young female character who recognizes the faults in Victorian England's view of women. Works Cited Browning, Elizabeth Barrett.
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