Write a 750-800 word critical analysis in either psychological criticism, gender criticism, sociological criticism, biographical criticism, or historical criticism approach to one of these works:
Sarah O. Jewett : A White Heron,
Stephen Crane: An Open Boat,
Aim for a 5-paragraph essay structure ( introduction with thesis, three or more body paragraphs, and a conclusion). Whatever topic you choose you will need a debatable thesis The only source needed are quotes from the short story to backup your thesis.
Name: Institution: Professor: Course: Date Gender Criticism in Sarah O. Jewett: A White Heron Introduction The author of this piece centralizes on the idea of ecofeminism in demarcating the relationships that exist between men and women. The author clear denotes the manner in which the female characters are dominated; first, as domestic workers and secondly as industrial laborers. On the other hand, the male characters are depicted as employers who exploit women not only in their work but also in knowledge. Additionally, the author details the relationship between men and nature by proving that men perceive nature as a resource aimed at achieving their capitalistic objectives. Women, as depicted in this piece, are considered as closer to nature than men, thus ascribing women as dear fr