The harm of the gender hierarchy in the literature sunjata lysistrata and the tale of genji

In this paper, i will prove that stories are inherently harmful due to the ability the teller has to influence the listener through relatable or believable stories, whether they be fact or fiction, to solidify the gender hierarchy as shown in literary stories such as sunjata, lysistrata, and the tale of genji.

The tale of genji revolves around genji, a son of an emperor this tale illustrates the court life of japan in almost a thousand years ago genji was the second son of the emperor and his mother was a low ranked concubine who passed away when genji was just three years of age.

The harm of the gender hierarchy in the literature sunjata lysistrata and the tale of genji

The harm of the gender hierarchy in the literature sunjata lysistrata and the tale of genji
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