Androgyny: Will of Shakespeare's Female Characters

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Shakespeare

 

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Emma T

 

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April 13, 2017

 

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University

 

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Some believe androgyny is a secular dream and unattainable, but through structural change of institutional and social organizations—it can be attained. How does Shakespeare then expose his audience to androgyny? What was his purpose for doing so? A partial answer could be that Shakespeare believed in total equality for men and women and through characters in his plays he could take on the forbidden taboos of gender crossing within his social society...
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Through Anthropology we know that every culture has their own Modal Cultural Personality definition, one for the male and one for the female. Modal Personality is static in nature and ascribes women and men certain roles. Women do women’s work and men do men’s work, for example. This was necessary for primitive society to survive but stigmas of these role requirements linger still today...
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