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Feminist Criticism of Eve's Diary

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Transcript of Feminist Criticism of Eve's Diary

Feminist Criticism of Eve's Diary
Analysis
Focuses on stereotypes
needy
curious
emotional
Satirical
light tone
Juvenilian
Indirect
Contrasts Adam's diary
Feminist Criticism
Highly dependent on sex and gender
Eve's diary focuses on the gender of women
Eve was oppressed by Adam when portraying strong feminine characteristics
Androgyny
-sex roles are not defined
neither Adam nor Eve are in power
-does not pertain to this text because the characteristics represent the male and female gender
Depth of knowledge
Evidence from text
"Then why is it that I love him? MERELY BECAUSE HE IS MASCULINE, I think." -Eve
"Wheresoever she was, THERE was Eden."-Adam
Different characteristics of Adam and Eve
humans
need each other
sometimes mutually beneficial
working to survive
Adam
relaxed
introverted
quiet
oblivious
ignorant
masculine
Eve
talkative
curious
extrovert
eager
emotional
feminine
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