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The Circle of Women and Men

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Tina Chen Mr. Hardy English 4 March 10, 2010 The Circle of Women and Men "Why are women... so much more interesting to men than men are to women?" (Woolf). As a seventeen year old girl, I found what she said about the difference between how women and men thinks to be true. I personally think most women take their own relationships very seriously, and on the other hand, men are not so much like women. Although I have only been through one relationship myself, I've seen a lot of strong relationships between women and men. Different people have different thoughts, and everyone look at things differently, but if you look closer at what women and men think and how they act, you will find a big difference between women and men, as if you are looking at the colors white and black. ...read more.

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"It's an introspective, sad and depressing look at three women's lives that were linked in an interesting and profound way by a novel, Mrs. Dalloway." (McClure) The movie, "The Hours", has showed us three different women's lives. Even though they were living in three different time periods and living in different environments, they were still connecting with each other like a string had tied them together. In the movie, Clarissa Dalloway is a very resolute person; she likes to throw parties for herself, because that makes her look tough, so no one will know all the loneness inside her mind, "I feel like I am living only because of you." (Dalloway) Those words came from Richard when Clarissa went to his apartment, Richard used his calling-for-help eyes looking at Clarissa, but Clarissa only said to him, "You will be just fine." ...read more.

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What I have seen, and known might not be everyone's answer. I may not yet be in the circle of women and men, but I have been standing right outside of the circle watching them day by day. Resources Roosevelt, Eleanor. "quotes tagged as "women"". 2010. Good Reads. Access date: March 10, 2010. <http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/show_tag?name=women>. The Hours. Dr. Stephem Daldry. Paramount Pictures and Miramax Films, 2002. DVD. Access date: March 10, 2010. Woolf, Virginia. "quotes tagged as "women"". 2010. Good Reads. Access date: March 10, 2010. <http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/show_tag?name=women>. McClure, Holly. "The Hours - Movie Review". December 27, 2002. crosswalk.com - The Intersection of Faith and Life. Access date: March 10, 2010. <http://www.crosswalk.com/1178844/>. "Symbols for Male and Female". August 5-10, 1975. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Access date: March 10, 2010. <http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/B539.html> Mrs. Dalloway. Orlando: Harcourt, Inc., 1925, Print. Access date: March 10, 2010. ...read more.

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