This writing technique puts the reader in the wives shoes for a day and provides vivid details that illustrate how dependent children and fathers are on their mothers and wives.
Although, these essays have a common theme they are spoken through two different voices.
In “I Want a Wife” a mother and coincidentally a wife is speaking about what a great responsibility all mothers and wives take on when raising a child.
BUT whatever may be the merit of his in|tentions, every writer is now convinced that he must be chiefly indebted to good fortune for finding readers willing to allow him any degree of reputation.
It has been remarked, that al|most every character which has excited either attention or pity, has owed part of its success to merit, and part to an happy concurrence of circumstances in its favour.