Something Wonderful Themes

Judith McNaught
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Societal Pressures

At the beginning, Jordan believes that all women are evil and only care about their own personal gain and that they don't care about anything but themselves. This is the type of woman that he has been exposed to his entire life, and is perhaps the result of such strict societal rules that are imposed on women from the very beginning. Society says that a woman shouldn't read books, participate in sports or do anything that would be considered too manly. Women are supposed to be chaste, subservient and talented only in the fields of music and dance. Alexandra is the opposite of everything Jordan has known. She likes to hunt, fish, fence and think. Alexandra is the perfect example of what happens when a woman is not subjected to societal rules and customs. She is free, happy and optimistic in a world of people who are...

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