Women in 16th Century Europe Analytical Essay by Primo

Women in 16th Century Europe
An analysis of two literary works, illustrating their strong portrayal of women in late 16th century and early 17th century Europe.
# 8323 | 820 words | 0 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 04, 2003 in Literature (English) , English (Analysis)


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This paper discusses the literary works, "Magdalena and Balthasar" by Ozment and "Mother Courage and her Children" by Brecht. The writer describes the two leading female characters of these two books, Magdalena and Anna, and draws comparisons between their strong personalities.

From the Paper:

"It is in Ozment's and Brecht's portrayal of the feminine side of Magdalena and Mother Courage that, prima facie, there is a marked difference. Mother Courage is portrayed as almost callous and uncaring in the manner in which she carries on her business even while she is on the verge of loosing her children or her immunity to the peasants' suffering, to the point where she will not give up her shirts to provided bandages for the wounded (Scene 5). "

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