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The advent of technology has done a lot of positive things for our culture.
Families are able to connect more efficiently, businesses save money by cutting time costs and research is literally at your fingertips (the greatest thing for a bookworm like me.) But this technical renaissance also has some adverse side effects, though nothing as physical as those of some modern medicines, whose labels read like Medieval torture plans.
Canto VII, however, changes gear to involve Juan in the horrifically bloody Russian siege of the Ottoman stronghold of Ismail in 1790.
With these cantos, Byron found a renewed sense of purpose for his poem, and added a prose preface (not present in these drafts) connecting it squarely with contemporary politics.
Byron portrays women whose take the chance to be happy, in setting these female figures in different love relationships, the author wants to show that women also have the right to control their sentimental life, and here ,man loses his domination.
In Gulbeyaz's episode, Lord Byron shows women authority over men, by this act he reverses the traditional normative gender position and transgresses the hierarchical men-women relationship.
What's so important that it can't wait another hour?
We've lost the art of conversation and soon we'll be close to losing our minds.
Female masculinity in their choices and acts and men femininity in accepting these ones, in doing this, the oppression «disappears» and women become equal to men.
Only in transgressing the limits of morality regulations, women become free from these chains, and show the equality of gender.
Technology has the unique ability to total immerse a person and make the outside world drown away. Take me for instance: I live in a house with a lot of hustle and bustle and, by putting my headphones on and clicking a button, I can write in peace by listening to Mozart (can we talk about how great Mozart is?