The critical school our group will be discussing Is feminism. The Core Ideas of this such LOL Is the equality of gender. When defined In the dictionary, It states that fearfulness Is “The theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes”. A feminist is anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women. Mammal Yugoslavia, a young social Justice leader, sums up the general passion felt by those who are members of this school who en she said “We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back”.
In history, Margaret Cave NDIS is an example of one of the scholars who held the beliefs tied to this school. She was a 17th-century writer who Is regarded as one of the most important feminists of her time. To better understand this critical theory, a quote from G. D. Anderson states “Feminism Isn’t ABA out making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength”. This quote ties into feminist criticism, which is the analysis of literature to point out male domination within the text.
The critical lens seeks to “expo SSE the misogynistic nature of male authors through their writings. It looks at how female consciousness Is portrayed… And aims to flax the Imbalance In the literary study’. A scene that can be critically analyzed Is featured In Act 3, Scene 1. Aphelia Is forced to break thin gas off with Hamlet under orders from her father. Aphelia is treated rudely by Hamlet when she attempts to end the relationship and has little to no say when she tries to defend herself against Hamlet.
In our presentation, we will now recreate this scene and allow People more power and a voice, compared to the original misogynistic text. Act 3, Scene 1 In this scene of the play, Hamlet meets with Aphelia while Polonium and Claudia spy on them. When Polonium greets Aphelia, he Instructs her to pretend to be reading a book In order for her to be alone to not be unusual to Hamlet. This is the first action in this scene that shows the use of power that men have over women and how women do as their toll d.
Polonium tells Aphelia to do something and she obeys him. Aphelia, walk you here. (to CLAUDIA) Gracious, so please you, We will bestow ourselves. (to APHELIA)Read on this book That show of such an exercise may color Your loneliness. We are oft to blame in this, ‘Its too much proved, that with devotion’s visage And pious action we do sugar o’er The devil himself” populous (Ill. ‘. 4855) During Hamlet’s meeting with Aphelia, he denies having given her any gifts and denied sees his love for her.
When Hamlet asks about Aphelion’s father’s whereabouts, she lies although h Hamlet knows the truth. Hamlet also criticizes women for contributing to the dishonest sty of the world by painting their faces to look more beautiful than they actually are. He goes s on to say they can’t be trusted and leaves.