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Jennifer Edwards Prof. Bedore July 28, 2010 Women of a Different Class In the poem “To The Indifferent Women” by Charlotte Gilman, She talks about the women and their livelihood in their homes. I feel there is a disconnect with Gilman and the way she feels about mothers. In my opinion I feel that Gilman in some ways is trying to bring women from their household to be women or mothers for modules. The way I see it mothers who enters the real world needs some kind of training and Gilman wants these mothers and women to stand up for there rights. Gilman is saying that mothers all over the world is overworked by cleaning and taking care of the children when they could come into the real world and be nurses, teachers and fight for the right to vote; so they could have a say in politics, which is known as the mans’ world. “Dump Peace,” is the disconnect between man and women when it comes to politics which 1
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is a hard stand for a women especially a mother and these women need to come together and join the role of politics to start a
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