"Order for Masks" by Virginia R. Moreno

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Date: February 8, 2006
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In this sense, the woman is shown to be more powerful than the men in her life. However, it is also important for the woman that she is able to discover, recognize, and accept her own being, her whole self and her true identity apart from the different roles that she plays in her life...
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However, it is also important for the woman that she is able to discover, recognize, and accept her own being, her whole self and her true identity apart from the different roles that she plays in her life. Moreover, the poem is presenting a reality that is very much prevalent in our society ever since...
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