Escena III y IV
Lenguaje popular: camelo las tres beatas
Conde Romanones, politico- corrupto, a favor de la guerra de cuba porque tenia propio negocio de transporte
Ruben Dario:metrica diferente, melancolico, todo para embellecer sin sentido
Chola- la cabeza
I think a woman gets more happiness out of being gay, light-hearted, unconventional, mistress ofher fate, than out of a career that calls for hard work, intellectual pessimism, and loneliness,” (Zelda Fitzgerald). Throughout many years, women have always been struggling to gain rights and beequally respected as men. The 19th Amendment, passed on the 18th of August 1920, might have been the first step towards trying to achieve equality between men and women. Women before the 1920s wereconsidered to stay home and raise the children. Moreover, they were just expected to focus on labor, cooking, cleaning and caretaking. Their roles gradually expanded as the 1920s approached, however. Eventheir ways of dressing and conduct dramatically changed during this revolutionary period of time known as the Jazz Age. The young generation of women during the Jazz Age were less worried forcaretaking and conservative matters as they enjoyed life much more than ever before. The 1920s greatly endowed influence on women by breaking the old traditional ways and changing their ways of dressing andlooks, abandoned their old social protocols, and most importantly, became more independent than ever.
During this era, women were offered new sorts of fashion, hairstyles and cosmetics that werenever before used. Many new trends arrived to America in the Jazz Age, which immensely contributed to the women’s exotic new way of dressing. A young woman that behaved and dressed in a boldlyunconventional manner arose during the 1920s and came to be known as a flapper. Flappers were young women that were the complete opposite of their corresponding mothers, breaking all the rules of how a woman...
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