«With Chicken and Sweetcorn.»
Add to list. Woman wants monogamy; Man delights in novelty. Love is woman's moon and sun; Man has other forms of fun. Woman lives but in her lord; Count to ten, and man is bored. With this the gist and sum of it, What earthly good can come of it? Skroll - Woman scorned and never truely adorned that's a sad piteous state indeed.
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General Review of the Sex Situation
Poem: General Review of the Sex Situation by Dorothy Parker
The beauty of marriage is the lovely relationship, communion, and balance that equals strive for full humanity of women and men. However, this ideal visualization of marriage started to loose value and it was converted into a division or inequality between women and men. Love started to be a constant and endless research, and stereotype started to weaken women and give power to men. These were common characteristics of the late 19th and 20th century.
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D. PARKER'S GENERAL REVIEW
By spyderraver Watch. The poet does so by enhancing a male wrongdoing in three different metaphorical translations in order to strategically convince a reader to take on her point of view, perhaps to spit in the fire of gender issues and impose on the dominance of the males in relationships and society. To mask this exaggerated outcry for women, Parker cleverly synthesized a rhyme scheme for her poetry and briefly completes the poem to ensure that it appeals to a general audience of feminists. In fact, Parker chooses to express this idea for a total of three times. The poet develops this idea into three separate ones that seem to parallel each other.
Woman wants monogamy; Man delights in novelty. Woman lives but in her lord; Count to ten, and man is bored. With this the gist and sum of it, What earthly good can come of it? Parker at this time was Divorced.