How are gender roles presented in "Who's Irish?"

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The subject of gender roles is an underlying theme hinted at repeatedly throughout the short story "Who's Irish?" The narrator of the story is an old Chinese woman who is helping to care for her daughter Natalie's child, Sophie. She talks a lot about the men...

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