gender roles and environmental challenges within the story

discuss gender roles as they are presented in "a Lamp at noon" both paul and ellen seem to be shown in a fairly expected, old fashioned, 'frontier' role discuess why you think the author chose to present them in this role. research the actual roles within farming families in the 1930s, and show how ross reflects or alters those roles in his presentation of paul and ellen, remembering the particular restrictions of the environmental challenges of the dirty thirties.

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