While audiences and scholars may be tempted to view the women of "Richard III" as secondary characters taking passive roles, a challenging point of view is that they are in fact outspoken and active in doing as much as they can within their given circumstances.
In "Jane Eyre" and "Middlemarch," secrets are kept from the female protagonists in order to diminish them into the Victorian ideal of femininity.
In the 21st century, teenagers have turned to social media platforms to develop their identities and find others like themselves, often resulting in the emergence of online subcultures.
Excavations of the Royal Cemetery at Ur disrupt male-dominated narratives of how the lyre originated and gained importance.
It is written that she who does not work shall not eat. Unavoidable as a law of nature, I propose that the inverse is also true; she who eats must wash her dishes. In the course of my (admittedly short) …