Sirens & Sanity

What is interesting to note is that this collection of narratives takes place during the initial period following First-Wave Feminism. What is interesting to note is that in the period between 1920-1963 the issues concerning women and their rights seem to take a backseat. It is important to remember that women’s roles seemed to be limited to the roles of domestic affairs or clerical work. I wonder how much the idea of women challenging the status quo played a role in leading to women being unfairly institutionalized? The following link offers some historical perspective on what women accomplished during this period:

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