Aunt Rosana's Rocker-Hispanic-American Literature

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Aunt Rosana’s Rocker As times change, everything changes with it. The roles that women take on have changed in certain cultures, but in some cultures they have remained the same. Before, men were treated with more respect and superiority, while women had no voices or say in the events that took place in their society. Today, there are situations where men are taken more seriously than women, but slowly, women are being treated with …

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…to be when they got older. Castro being the macho and confident male figure while Zoraida being the quiet and the coy female figure, there was no balance with their personalities. One would always be stronger than the other. Zoraida accepted her life for what it was and as the female role that she played, she would have to be obedient to her husband while he tried to take control of himself and his wife.