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The focus is on a vindication of the rights of women, by mary wollstonecraft, specifically chapters 1-4 as those were the ones we covered in class, but if you need to use further details from that book feel free to use it.
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The focus is on a vindication of the rights of women, by mary wollstonecraft, specifically chapters 1-4 as those were the ones we covered in class, but if you need to use further details from that book feel free to use it.
The focus is on a Vindication of the Rights of Women, by Mary Wollstonecraft, specifically chapters 1-4 as those were the ones we covered in class, but if you need to use further details from that book feel free to use it. Instructions: How have Mary Wollstonecraft's ideas stayed the same or changed since she wrote Vindication? How would YOU write this today? Instructions: 1. Write a 3-5 page formal essay tracing Wollstonecraft's major issues from the time she wrote the work until today. Within your essay, and in third person, offer an analysis of the issues and suggest new issues that have emerged and still exist today. Talk about the Vindication of the Rights of Women from its inception until today, so trace the things that she talked about: do they still hold true today?, what would you add?, what has been resolved? Provide an arguable thesis statement with three arguments (prove x, 3 ways to do that). Pick three things that have improved over time, and three things that we still need to work on 2. Use either MLA or APA citation format. You should use the library for this essay 🙂 Librarians are very helpful and will help you find SCHOALRLY resources. Scholarly is not Uncle Billy's Chic Lit site; scholarly journals are not found at the bookstore....they are found in libraries 🙂 3. Formal means...no I, me, mine, my, we, us, you, your, you're and no contractions (don't, won't, et al). 4. Be sure to include a Works Cited or Bibliogprahy. It's worth 200 points, so do your best work.

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