The Women Used Their Voice as Power
You will prepare and submit a term paper on The women used their voice as power. Your paper should be a minimum of 1500 words in length. The paper pursues to comprehend the power of the female voice and sexuality as demonstrated by Miranda in The Tempest and Cunegonde in Candide. Miranda and Cunegonde have demonstrated that women should not remain quiet and submissive within the background. The two personalities mirror the mentalities of the men who court them, and to a level, create them. Mirandas marriage to Ferdinand aids Prospero to regain his dukedom in The Tempest. Throughout both works, Cunegonde and Miranda come out as markedly florid and romanticized terms that imply the women are not what the protagonists identify them to be (Nelson 2). Voice is power filled with truth and love and can be regarded as an embodiment of the womens strong spirit within the society. In the play, The Tempest, Miranda is the daughter of Prospero who falls in love with the Prince of Naples, Ferdinand. Miranda comes out as gentle and compassionate, but also passive and a heroine. Initially, Miranda displays meek and emotional nature. however, in the play final scene, Miranda she surprisingly comes out as forthright and powerful to the extent of complicating the readers constructions of her as naive. In The Tempest, a father isolates his daughter with the aim of protecting her from the terrible realities the world. Miranda enjoys all the privileges of her fathers reign over the island.