Women Authors: A Double Standard

4 April 2015
This paper compares, contrasts and analyzes the writings of three famous women authors.

This paper examines the double standard that has been applied within the literary world. It takes the lives of three women authors: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Mary Rowlandson, and Anzia Yezierska, and examines the commonality of their struggle to find and secure the women’s identity.
Women’s literature has long been characterized by the struggle to establish the feminine experience in accordance with accepted standards within the context of the world at the time of writing. Women have long been repressed to a very small section of the literary world and as such, they have had to struggle with preconceived notions, cultural standards, and intellectual bigotry against them, which is reflected in their writing. Women authors have perceived themselves, particularly those from previous two centuries, as having to nearly shout to be heard.
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