"The revolt of Mother" is an interesting short story by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, who lived, in the late nineteenth century. This short story presents important aspects of Freeman life. Throughout this story she express the miserable life that her mother was having with her father and what she did to claim for her rights; also, what changes her father did toward her mother.
Freeman's mother had a miserable life with her
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that difficult time could do whatever they set their minds to do. This revolt of “Mother” was a small step toward gender equality in our society.
“Bibliography to Remember.” Freeman’s Biography 22 Sept. 1999
Freeman, Wilkings Mary E. “The Revolt of Mother” Literature and the Writing Process.
Ed. Elizabeth McMahan, Susan X. Day, and Robert Funk. 5th ed. Upper Saddle
River, NJ: Prentice, 1999.