it all immediately in a moment of brief happiness the reader knows it happened. tOne of the biggest differences I see between Olsen and Lesueur is the interaction betweenfamilies. For Olsen it’s mostly about the Holbrooks. Even thoughYonnondio seems to be centered onAnne and Maize the children and father are constantly close.
I feel as though
Olsen she wanted toconcentrate on the not just the women but the every day struggles of the family also.Olsen chose tofocus her narrative on the family unit and women's role within that family unit.This was important because she to make folks realized that women were the head of the household when men had to seek work.Introducing Americans to poor women was the goal of Lesueur. She didn’t mention the family a lotthroughout the article.I feel as though she was more concentrated on women’s rights. For Lesueur Ithink she really wanted to focus on women alone.In Women on the Breadline I feel like the women atthe job agency are family. In the article some even had seen each other before. With Lesueur thewomen are alone. They don’t speak to each other.These women are isolated and apart from oneanother even though they share the same room. Can you imagine a group of women together for a longtime and not speaking? Lesueur makes a small mention of the women having or not having family butthey too seemed separated.
LeSueur was a writer who focuses on women, who had losttheir jobs, faced starvation, and were
abandoned by husbands who were forced toseek work.
Both authors also shared similarities. Olsen is not objective at all. She has plenty of opportunitiesto throw in her feelings. You would think with the brutal acts of Jim committed against his own family,Olsen would throw in a few of her opinions. These opinions never show up. There is no hint of bias.Olsen’s ability to shield the reader of her views is critical. She leaves it up to the reader to formulatethere own opinions and beliefs.The same goes for Lesueur. She is a news reporter and is live. Just like a news reporter they give3