Exhausted by disparities in the household work and by the fact that the work done by wife goes unnoticed, she boldly expresses her feelings.
Brady demonstrates her point by giving examples of some household chores that are commonly performed by wife.
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The second wave of the feminist movement in the United States began during early 1960’s and lasted throughout late 1970’s.
Harry Bernstein was a child in England during World War I. began questioning Nazi POWs, a different path was taken.
He remembers when people living on his narrow street got word that their son or husband had died, they poured into the street to grieve and be consoled by their neighbors. German and Austrian Jews were drafted to question the captives, and what they learned was that the best techniques for getting information involved friendly encounters - not force or confrontation.
In this essay Brady aims to convince her readers to look objectively at a man’s viewpoints and expectations of what he thinks a wife is and what she should be.
Brady skillfully uses clear arguments, repetition of key words and stylish language to make her essay strong and convincing.
The audience is also presumed at least to have a high school level of reading and basic understanding of words such as “adherence”, “monogamy”, and “nurturance”.
She is trying to get out to the public that these expectations and these stereotypes of roles of women, should stop.