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Compare the female characters in Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver by Thomas Hardy and Tickets, please by D.H Lawrence

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Compare the female characters in "Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver" by Thomas Hardy and "Tickets, please" by D.H Lawrence In this essay I will be comparing the female character in "Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver by Thomas Hardy and "Tickets, please" by D. Lawrence. Thomas Hardy fell in love with a girl called Emma they got married she died in 1912 her death had an affect on Thomas and he took a trip to Cornwall to revisit places that linked to her. D.H Lawrence wrote a lot about the subject of sexual and social and relationship. Thomas Hardy's book "Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver" and D.H Lawrence's book "Tickets, please" has a main theme of the relationship and the treatment of women we know this as both stories talk about the relationship between men and women. In the story "Tony Kytes the Arch-Deceiver" the mood is light hearted, like Tony Kytes has done nothing wrong and it was all a funny story, "I ...read more.

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cart so his fianc� then gets in the front with him, when he goes down the hill he sees his first love Tony Kytes ask his fianc� to hide because he dose not want his first love causing trouble so she hinds in the front and his first love starts driving while he gets off to talk to his dad his dad says he should marry his fianc� but because Tony Kytes is a man and his dad had recommended her he didn't want to marry her anymore but then the wagon crashes and all three women fell out and both the first love and his ex reused to marry him but his fianc� says she still will. In this story compares the women to animals "just a couple of ferrets" which shows he had little respect for them. Tony Kytes is set in the country side rural and is in a friendly town and tickets please set in a town ...read more.

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In Tickets, please John Thomas is promiscuous he is just looking for a one night stand and nothing serous "he flirts with the girl conductors in the morning and walks out with them in the dark night" and the women have so much more power because women have the power now all the men are at war to say what they want to do or what they don't want to do. In conclusion I think that we can learn about how when things happen such as war could effects the role of women, I have also learnt that it depends on the time and place which makes the for women less or greater, this shows that women themselves have not changed in both stories the women are desperate to get married which shows it's the time and place that changes the most in these two storys. ...read more.

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