Apple sauce for Eve Discussion Questions

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Research the traditional place of women in Judaism and in one other organized religion. How does the place of women in the two religions compare and contrast? Would the sentiments in "Apple sauce for Eve" be relevant if looked at in the context of the other religion you researched?

Some readers may consider "Apple sauce for Eve" an "accusatory" feminist poem, and others may find it a humorous feminist poem. What elements make you think its point is simply to accuse men of sexism, and what elements suggest humor or fun?

How would this poem be weaker or stronger if it used religious imagery throughout instead of scientific imagery? What is the advantage or disadvantage of relying on metaphors that come from a field so different from the main subject?

What does Descartes's famous line, "I think; therefore, I am," have to do with a feminist...

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