i want a wife comparison

i want a wife comparison - Essay#3"I Want A Wife and"The...

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October 11, 2006 Essay #3 “I Want A Wife” and “The Male Myth” Comparison Judy Brady and Paul Theroux have written a piece of literature that, in their opinion, defines the role of a person. They state different ideas throughout their essay; however, both essays contain a similar thesis as to what a person’s role in life is. Paul Theroux goes about the line of stereotyping in the world, as Judy Brady clearly defines what her role as a wife has been. “I Want a Wife”, written by Judy Brady, depicts her ideal wife. A woman who will attend to her partner’s every need, take care of the house, and make sure life goes on pleasantly for everyone but herself. Through these words, the reader can slowly come to the conclusion that it might be Judy Brady who is performing all these tasks and wants someone to do the same for her. Brady impeccably uses words to describe her lifestyle; the stereotypical responsibilities of a wife. Though at first it seems like an essay with no relation to Judy Brady’s essay, Paul
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course WRITING 2150 taught by Professor Block during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Baruch.

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