The Good Earth Essay | The Good Earth

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of The Good Earth.
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The Good Earth

Summary: Essay shows what the work "The Good Earth" reveals about the social, economic, or psychological operations of a patriarchy.
Psychological, social, and economic operations of a patriarchy were all present in The Good Earth. During times of crisis, women were often sacrificed to help out financial difficulties in the family such as: infanticide, concubinism, and finally selling daughters. The psychological order is women's behavior is controlled, they are raised to be subordinate to men, and they're content with few possessions. Women's basic roles in society are bearing children (preferably sons) and working inside the house. All of these psychological, economic, and social characteristics of women are inferior to men, hence these works reveal a copious amount of operations of a patriarchy.

Women's behavior are easily controlled by a patriarchal society by raising them to be subordinate, hard working, non-talkative women. They are taught that they have little or no say in the family and basically they're whole life is directed by the men. Women are also...

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