Women In Love

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Types Of Woman In Love? For many years now women have made great changes in their lives. Women have come so far from the past when they were simply just property, to now being almost equal to men. In today 's society if a woman wants something she can get it, but does that include love? Love is such a broad topic that has been written about for so long now you would think there would not be anything left to be said. On the contrary, because women 's roles have changed so much there is a whole new topic of love to be addressed. Today 's women are not raised to get married, and have a family right away anymore. They instead are raised to grow up to get an education, and a career. So again, where does that leave love? Some women like in the…show more content…
The poem is in a form of a sonnet. The lyrics in “Revival” by Selena Gomez deeply express a sense of personal perseverance. She does this by rhyming, assonance, and consonance throughout most of her lyrics. “I’ve been under self-restoration, I’m becoming my own salvation” (Gomez) in these lines it is perfectly clear to detect how she uses “tion” to make these two lines go together as a pair in order to make her message more clear. She also uses a lot of repetition. Repetition in a poem can be a great tool because it shows your reader what the main topic of the poem is. For the case of this song Selena Gomez uses all of these tools of poetry to make the listener understand that women have to believe in themselves in spite of their…show more content…
They were both born in the United states, Alvarez was born in New York City, and Selena Gomez in Texas, but they were raised extremely different. Alvarez was born here, but for only “three weeks before my parent’s returned ‘home’”(Alvarez). Because Alvarez was born here,but not raised here she grew up more traditionally latin. She wrote “An American Childhood in the Dominican Republic” describing her childhood, but it seemed as if “Her ‘American childhood’ is shaped by historical dependency on the United States” (Suarez). In her writing, she had to “invent (her)self to negotiate her double cultural affiliations”(Suarez), which can be easily noticeable because of what she chooses to write about. Selena Gomez on the other hand was raised as an American girl. She grew up learning that women can do anything in today’s world. Not that you cannot grow up like that in Latin countries, but it is a lot less common. Learning a little about both of their backgrounds teaches the readers possibly why they wrote what they
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