Essay Topics For Global East Asia
1. Women In Modern Times comparison from the Mani and Silverberg authors.
Café Waitress Similarities Sati
The Café Waitress was a Though the women in the Gender roles within Indian
working class model of the Cafés weren't legally and South East Asian
Modern girl and as such obliged to satisfy their Cultures in general are
she sang the blues. duties. They were mainly usually quite strict.
The Modern Girl was seen coerced by their The wife often shows
as promiscuous and surroundings into their copious amounts of
autonomous for two current line of work. devotion to her husband
reasons, she worked the The lack of freedom and and doesn't remarry.
streets, and secondly male gender equality in these The practice of Sati or
critics addressed some of groups is very similar as
Widow burning is simply an
their fears of the well. example of this.
modernity in general and The women are often The husband is often the
pinned it to her. treated as a subordinate to breadwinner of the family
If Freedom of movement their superior male so it would be common in
was the hallmark of the counterparts. most families for the wife
Modern Girl, then A wife, a common sex to simply die because she
confinement defined the symbol, and the waitress would be unable to
lifestyle of the Café would also be seen in this financially support the
waitress. The waitress did light. family.
not transgress any cultural After the culture had
boundaries whereas the
grown they believed it to
modern girl did. be mandatory and
The café waitress can be eventually windows were
seen as a sex symbol. being drugs and held down
The café waitress herself by Bamboo and Burnt at
transgressed social the stake.
boundaries after the Mani examines accounts
introduction of the Jokyu written by colonisers,
into modern. usually male, who
The Jokyu was essentially a have witnessed Sati's. She
constrained modern girl