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...hey are a lot of possible reasons why she acts in the way she does. As women have no voice or vote, she is afraid to do something against the system. Anna and the girl from both short stories before mentioned, speak no truth to their men. It might be because of the male’s chauvinism that it’s including in the stories. The men from both short stories are lying to their women, because of men’s immaturity. Rights inequalities have always been there, but in these two cases, we are able to see how women do not have any right to choose what they want.
In conclusion, the pursuits of happiness in both characters’ stories are a fail, none of them are able to find happiness as couples because they do not feel happy with themselves, they are not honest with themselves and with their couples, and because male chauvinism is active and prevent that men see women with equal eyes.
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