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Essay | Controversial Gender Issues in Kate Chopin's "The Awakening"

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Controversial Gender Issues in Kate Chopin's "The Awakening"

Summary: Essay explores gender issues in Kate Chopin's "The Awakening."
"Nothing any longer is given, anyone can be anything" (Jehlen 271). American controversy is a continual process. The last year of the twentieth century boiled over with suspension of Y2K (a newly coined term for the new millennium that was worn out by year-end), everybody waited with anticipation for the world to coming cashing to a halt and when nothing happened everyone breathed a sigh of relief. Today, four short years later, Y2K seems to be a distant memory and now our plates are full with fresh new questions to occupy our minds. Topic such as "The War on Terrorism", Presidential Campaigns and of course the highly controversial issue of Same Sex Marriage now plague the media's mind and the public's attention.

In February of 2004, President George W. Bush took his stand on Same Sex Marriage and called for a constitutional...

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