what picture of male chauvinism do we find in the poem,'Aunt Jennifer's Tigers'?

Dear student,

The poem Aunt Jennifer's Tigers talks widely about male chauvinism. It is in fact an underlying theme of the poem. Aunt Jennifer's Tigers are a symbol of the free spirited men, who dominate females. The wedding band on Aunt Jennifer's finger feels heavy because it reminds her of the duties that have been assigned to her by the society. She wishes to be free like her creations but is unable to do so.

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