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Essay | A Dolls House Vs Raise the Red Lantern

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A Dolls House Vs Raise the Red Lantern

Summary: A comparison of A Dolls House by Henrik Ibsen and Raise the Red Lantern by Zhang Yimou and the way women's roles are portrayed.
`Women are rarely portrayed on stage and/or film as being the equal of men.' How have women been portrayed in relation to male characters in A Doll's House and Raise the Red Lantern"

The battle of women's rights has been a battle lasting over the centuries. The stores of two women that battled for their rights have been displayed in the texts, Raise the Red Lantern, by Zhang Yimou, and A Dolls House by Henrik Ibsen. The issues raised within these texts highlighted that the women portrayed were clearly unequal to men. This is shown by the way the male figures dominate over females, treating them as mere possessions and exercising excessive power and control over them. Although similar in some ways, these two texts draw attention to different ways in which males dominated over females.

In both texts the...

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