Much debate existed during the Romantic period about womenâs roles in society. Writers such as Mary Wollstonecraft and Anna Leticia Barbauld articulated specific options, while the positions of other Romantic writers, such as Dorothy Wordsworth, must be deduced from their works.Resource:âThe Victorian Ageâ (pp. 1885â2291) in The Norton Anthology of English LiteratureReflecton the debate about womenâs role in society during the Victorian period.Develop an 8- to 10slide presentation, using MicrosoftÂ® PowerPointÂ® or another multimedia tool, summarizing the range of opinions about the role women should play in Victorian society as evidenced by the literature of the period.Address the following in your PPt. presentation:Explain the implications of the opinions.Identify which views became influential and how they differed from those that faded.Reference specific literary passages to illustrate your position, and formatyourreferences consistent with APA guidelines. Include citations in the speaker notes or in a separate reference listIncludephotos or illustrations as appropriate. Document the source of each media item you include.
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