Inequality in Marriage in English Literature
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This paper discusses the institution of marriage and how it has changed over time. It looks at the different roles of men and women in marriage and how marriage is shifting from a contractual decision to a love-based decision. The paper discusses examples from English literature to emphasize the ways that the institution of marriage has changed.
Sample of Sources Used:
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