Womens' Roles in The Epic of Gilgamesh, Lysistra, and Perpetua

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Time reveals how women’s roles have changed throughout history and literature. Women have changed from the roles of submissive servants to powerful figures with leadership abilities. Each of the following pieces of literature: The Epic of Gilgamesh, Lysistrata, and Perpetua take place in different and descending time eras. As each piece is read, a new era of women’s roles are revealed and with them a higher sense of their value. In The Epic …

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…positive role models, and females have come to notice their sex is nothing to be ashamed of. Women should be proud of who they are because they have come a long way, and as we enter the new millennium there will be more opportunities for women to take advantage of. No longer are women the weaker sex. Society now looks upon both males and females as equal forces within this expanding world we live in.