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Eve's Apology in Defense of Women

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Katie Riggs

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Eve's Apology in Defense of Women
VS
Suffragette

Katie Riggs
Period 4

Historical Background

Today
eve's apology in defense of women
"But surely Adam cannot be excused, her fault though great, yet he was most to blame"(Lanier 476).
Suffragette
Historical Background
Fighting for improved education
Women's works being published
Choice on who they can marry
18th Century
Right to Vote
Inequality in work place
Denied women's rights to make decisions for themselves.
WHat's Changed?
During the 18th century, women were fighting for their voice to be heard. They were able to start doing this by having their works published.
MLA Citations

Although Eve ate the apple and gave it to Adam, he had been on earth longer and received God's orders directly.
"What weakness offered,strength must have refused; Being lord of all, the greater was his shame"(Lainer 476).
Eve made her mistake out of love, but has the blame solely placed upon her.
"Deeds, not words"(Suffragette).
Women's rights were constantly talked about within the government, but there was never action that took place.
"Don't bother arresting them. Let their husbands deal with them"(Suffragette).
Many women were shamed by their families and their communities for fighting for their rights.
Today, women continue to fight to be heard. A lot of issues have been resolved using peaceful protests and marches, but there is still more to be resolved.
Suffragette
, Dir. Sarah Gavron. Ruby Flims, 2015. Flim.
Holt McDougal Literature: Grade 12. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012.
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