I Want a Husband I am not a husband. I am not a father. I carry children and need to be taken care of while my husband makes money, loves me, and takes care of his family. I have debated about this husband situation and it occurred to me that I would much appreciate having a husband. Why would I want a husband? A husband would be the perfect addition to my life. While I stay home and relax all day, he will go to work and make money. His earnings will support us and keep us warm during the cold
I am girl of seventeen. I am a solo. I do not have a boyfriend like everyone around me. While other girls brag about their boyfriend as if they are a pair of new shoes they got, I swallow my hot coffee and broods: wonder what it will be like if I ever got to have a boyfriend? I want a boyfriend who can love me only and forever. I want a boyfriend who will not lift his gaze on me and keep staring and staring at me as though his eyes would pop out. I do not want a boyfriend that
appeared on the fresh from a recent divorce. That guy had a child with his ex-wife but the child stayed with his mother. Then one evening that the narrator was ironing to occurred that also he/she would like to have a wife. The narrator would want a wife to let him go to school and support in anything that he will need. A wife that will carry on the house duties and have everything organized every day. A wife that will have to work maintain the family, but also don’t have the need to work
I Want A Wife, Or Maybe A Husband As I read Judy Brady's article, "I Want A Wife," I found it to be full of humor and witticism. Brady mentions many relevant points for wanting a wife throughout the essay that I tend to agree with, but she always uses sarcasm and takes it a bit too far. As I continued to read, I realized that there are some comments that compare to my own life experiences. Brady does a good job at getting the reader's attention rather quickly by using the title " I Want A Wife"
I Want a Wife by: Judy Brady Page 539, Exploring the Text Questions 1,2,5,7 1. In the opening paragraph, Brady sets the tone for the essay by her first paragraph “I belong to that classification of people known as wives. I am A Wife. And, not altogether incidentally, I am a mother”. In this paragraph, Brady creates a humorous, sarcastic tone in her essay. She creates this tone by including an interjection saying “altogether incidentally” showing her sarcastic tone.
In “I want a Wife” by Judy Brady and “What a Wonderful World” by Adam D. Stevenson, both stories have feminism in common. I agree with Judy Brady’s meaning of the word ‘wife’. She gives a detailed story of what a wife is. In “What a Wonderful World,” Adam experiences the life of a feminist, taking responsibilities of a wife; raising three daughters and witnessing the joy that a masculine misses throughout life while working hard to provide wife and kids home and necessities. Both stories I find
The purpose of the essay “I Want a Wife,” is to describe the many stereotypes women can be classified as in our everyday world. One literary element being used in the essay that I have identified would be the use of the writers plot creation. The writer did significant work using her own experiences and imaginary situation in order to engage the reader. She used Humor in order to demonstrate her hypothetical point of view. It is my opinion the writer used this element well, as it grabbed my attention
I’m a university student. I’m A GIRL. And I do not have a boyfriend. Several days ago I learnt a text, the famous satirical essay Why I Want a Wife written by July Syfer. I recognize that as a typical wife, a woman is heavily burdened. An amazing idea struck me – I would like to have a husband. Why do I want a husband? I would like to pursue my studies and I want a husband who is a successful man in his career. For one thing, I want a husband who will be sufficient and hard-working enough to
“What I want to be?” It’s a questioned asked a lot. Or how ‘bout “what do you want to be when you grow-up?” We all are asked those questions. More for some then others, like I get asked it a lot more now then ever. Only for the simple fact that I am getting to that age of having to decide “what I want “or “what I want to be.” So to start off, I am a Junior, now you know why I was saying “I’m getting to that age where I have to decide.” So from the beginning we were always asked “what do you
Kamrar Writing 115 4-20-11 My Response on, I want a Wife, By Judy Brady The article I Want a Wife, by Judy Brady was a very up- setting, heart racing and a very mind boggling article to have to read. I thought this essay was a piece of crap. I thought it was very sexist, and is very degrading on women. If I would be able to say a few words to the author I’d tell them that they should be a shamed of writing this. When I first started reading this i started getting upset than my feeling of upset