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Unformatted text preview: how a husband takes this away from a woman, he takes away her right as a human. Every now and again, the 'selfishness' emerges in passages like and not interrupt when I talk about things that interest me and my friends. What this infers is that husbands pay to attention to the wife's interests, assuming that their only 'interest' is in caring for the family. Also, the grammar in the passage is off, as me and my friends is an improper expression. What this meant is that since Brady is writing from a husband's point of view, she can write carelessly, showing no intellect in grammar, which in turn infers how the husband becomes reliant on the wife in ways like a wife who types my papers for me (meaning the wife is the one who produces the final, proper draft of what the husband says)....
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- Spring '11