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English 101 Distraught Women During the nineteen hundreds, men and women had many different views on life. Men thought life was supposed to be that they were to work as much as possible so that they would be able to take care of their family’s financial needs and that women were supposed to keep the home clean, take care of their children, and cook all of the family’s meals; Women however had different views. Women wanted rights, so that they would have could have some input in decisions made in the house hold. They also wanted their voices to be heard by the government so that they would be able to vote for the president. Women of the nineteen hundreds had no rights of any kind. It was the man’s job to decide what was best for whatever the situation in the home or in government. Women wanted their voices to be heard in the world. “Hills Like White Elephants”, by Ernest Hemingway, is a story about a man and a woman that are trying to end their own pregnancy through abortion. The man is the
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