Hope Leslie 75032
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Date Created: 09/08/15
Interpretations of Hope Leslie Main Point Sedgwick is trying to improve the situation between the women in her century How Does She Do This 0 Interpretation One She uses history to correct and enlighten the people of women s roles during the 17th century time period She uses Hope Leslie to be a symbol and as a role model for the women of both of their times She wants the Puritan women to understand that there is more to life than following religion Wants to correct what has been wrong Fights for what is right 0 Interpretation Two Sedgwick is not that interested in history She wants to focus more onto her main point of improving the situations of women of her time She uses Hope to do this 0 Interpretation Three This novel can be taken in both ways History about Catherine Maria Sedgwick o Grew up in a nonracial household 0 Was indirectly encouraged to become a liberal by father Took a stand on no religious discrimination which inspired her to write Was considered a great author by Edgar Allen Poe Was placed on the back burner until the Women s Feminism Movement in the 1960 s Died Without being recognized
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