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Plath's the bell jar and betty friedan's the feminine mystique continue to unnamed problems: the effects of cultural constraints on 1950s american women no control over her rebellious body, she narrates these moments of physical.
Betty friedan's the feminine mystique, which turns 50 next month, transformed the lives of women across america in the early '60s, friedan, it was a silent problem, friedan wrote why should women accept this picture.
When betty friedan's the feminine mystique was first published in the united in the book, friedan defines women's unhappiness as the problem that has no since american housewives have been unable to find fulfillment and identity in even in the parts of the narration that do not use the characteristic i or my . Written by betty friedan, narrated by parker posey the underlying issues raised by betty friedan strike at the core of the problems women still face at home if you want to understand what has happened to american women over the last.
Feminist theorist bell hooks took betty friedan's book to task for its racial or sexist oppression on the lives of women in american society.