Australian Women’s Poetry and Feminism

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LITERATURE
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThe above report provides understandings on works of other authors and in what mannerthey are being used to explore marriage, love, sex/sexuality and love. From the done findings, itcan be seen that Henry Lawson's works tends to discriminate the ideology of marriage and sodoes the works of Barbara Baynton as well. W.H Ogilvie explores love as a mutual connectionbetween two people and their souls. Henry suggests that sexuality connects two people with adifferent depth. The works of Barbara showcase that marriage is a bondage created by the societyand it needs to be eliminated in order to betterment and safety.
Table of ContentsEXECUTIVE SUMMARY.............................................................................................................2INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................4SCOPE.............................................................................................................................................4RESEARCH QUESTION OR HYPOTHESIS................................................................................4RESEARCH....................................................................................................................................4LITERATURE REVIEW...............................................................................................................4METHODOLOGY..........................................................................................................................6SYNOPSIS OF TEXT.....................................................................................................................6FINDINGS/RESULTS....................................................................................................................7EVALUATION OF TEXT..............................................................................................................7DISCUSSION..................................................................................................................................8CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8RECCOMENDATIONS..................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
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