Letter to the EditorI am writing to you in response to the essay that appeared in the first issue of Ms in 1971 entitled I Want a Wife by Judy Brady. I believe that the author of this essay does exaggerate the position a wife holds in the home, but not too greatly. I want a wife to Judy Brady Judy Bradys purpose of the , I Want a Wife, is to show women how men think, act, and feel. She being a feminist wants to show how men truly 19 Apr 2012 In the spring of 1971, Judy Brady wrote an in the first issue of the feminist magazine called Ms. Bradys was titled “I Want A Wife”
23 Mar 2015 Judy Bradys essay I Want A Wife first appeared in the Ms. Magazines inaugural issue in 1971. She emphasizes the point that the roles of wife are unfair to the role of husband, and that there is an obvious difference, inequality, between the roles of husband and wife.
21 Jul 2016 This essay is a classic in feminist discourse and is rich in irony. The foremost of the ironies is the fact that the author is a woman and yet longs
3 Feb 2008 I thoroughly enjoyed reading the essay “I Want a Wife” by Judy Brady. I thought it was so interesting how she shared her feelings on a womans
25 Jan 2011 In her essay, I Want a Wife, Judy Brady lists the responsibilities of the typical wife in the 1970s. Brady informs the readers about the treatment
17 Apr 2011 The tone in the essay is casual, humorous, sarcastic, and sometimes ironic. The author lists multiple jobs which a wife does and is expected by
In Judy Bradys essay, I Want a Wife, she explores why she would like to have a wife. Bradys style and structure contribute to her theme of female repression.
I Want a Wife essaysI Want a Wife, written by Judy Brady, states sarcastically, societys view of a husband and wife and the role they play. Her assertion is that