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Gender is expressed in various ways and in William Shakespeare’s ‘Sonnet 130’ and ‘The Friday Everything Changed’ by Anne Hart, this chosen identity is expressed in the form of femininity and equality of gender roles. Although both texts demonstrate the generational differences between genders it also shows implications that society has set expectations onto women, especially towards girls in their childhood years. Both Shakespeare and Hart share the theme of stereotypical injustices that females face in their works as this further question the comparisons to modern-day outlook on gender and what modifications have been done to improve this. Exploring the descriptive portrayal of his mistress in ‘Sonnet 130’, Shakespeare composes the bittersweet sonnet that is first mistaken as ridicule but is in fact, a sincere expression of his love. Thus, underlying the instant generalisation of standard beauty expectations readers have upon women. The debate over whether female beauty is objective and subjective can be explored within Shakespeare’s sonnet, as detailed his work may appear, the confusion as to how a person can be attracted to such can also be questioned therefore underlining the expectations that women face to meet certain beauty criteria. This has been discussed by Kant as “the judgement of taste is therefore not a judgement of cognition and is consequently not logical but aesthetical” . Furthermore, concerning ‘judgement of taste’ being ‘aesthetical’ it would appear as to why people have higher expectations on one’s appearance being nicer – to fit the perfectionist aesthetic. Thus, what is deemed attractive to some may seem unattractive to others, as this is demonstrated by the first impressions readers may have when reading through ‘Sonnet 130’. Essentially, the concept that Shakespeare could be capturing is that love turns a blind ey
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