I Am Malala, By Malala Yousafzai Essay

1346 Words Oct 21st, 2014 6 Pages
Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. In other words, in order to gain complete liberty, one must fight against it. Revolting against strong issues can help you become a stronger person. Many people allow others to hurt them either physically or mentally. Fighting your fears will help you overcome most obstacles that may need to be faced. You are fighting for your freedom as well as others freedom. I Am Malala, written by Malala Yousafzai is a memoir that takes us through the life of someone who is under threat from the Taliban. The Taliban was against women having any right to learn. If you were caught, the school was shut down. Malala looked to start a mass movement of women fighting for their rights. She is up and back after her punishment and showing that one thing can 't stop your whole fight. The Subjection Of Women written by John Stuart is a short story about what men want from women and how women can express their words and ideas. They don’t have many options, but they have the ability to write. From a Room of Ones Own written by Virginia Wolf is a story about how women are not as intelligent as men. Or are they? We won 't know because they don’t have the ability to do what men can do. Carly Fiorina’s new Gig written by Meghan Casserly is an article about how one person can change everything and if you work little by little everything will then come together in the end. Woman must come together and work to discover the goals they want to achieve and…

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