Author Archives: Haley Snyder

Autonomy of Thought: Education versus Being a Woman

Everyone’s thoughts are influenced by their environments and the people they interact with. People raised in a liberal part of the country are more likely to hold liberal political views, just like people raised in rural parts of the country … Continue reading

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Margaret’s Class Dilemma

Mr. Thornton has a prejudice against those living in poverty. He himself worked his entire life to elevate himself from being poor and worked to maintain his current status and employment in the town of Milton. In the novel, he … Continue reading

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Feminism and Class

Jane seems to be very ahead of her time as an independent woman who has made her own way in the world. However, she is not impervious to the traditions and influence of the society and culture that she lives … Continue reading

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