For both Friedan's and Flaubert’s women have passing, rather than compelling, interests. They experience a crisis of purpose unfulfilled in domestic life.
Brenda M. Hafera
3 articles by Brenda M. Hafera.
Brenda M. Hafera is the Director of International and Continuing Education Programs at The Fund for American Studies, a member of The Matthew J. Ryan Society of Villanova University, and was a Publius Fellow at the Claremont Institute.