Read the following passage and answer the question that follows by choosing the ...
QuestionRead the following passage and answer the question that follows by choosing the appropriate option.I have never been able to believe that a woman's task in life is limited to her children. I can quite well conceive that in my mother, as with more women of our own day, there is an urge to creativeness beyond the begetting of children. These women have a contract with life itself which is not discharged by the mere procreation of their species. Men recognize and try to honour this contract in themselves as a matter of course. They would rebel against the narrowly conceived idea that the world restricts heir role to that of protectors and feeders of women and children. They do not acknowledge and respect the same things so readily in women. Perhaps until they do, the world will not be the full creative relationship that life intends it should be between men and women.What according to the passage, are men's expectations?
A) They will not work unless their employer gives them contract
B) They work only to provide for their wives and families
C) They are concerned only with having children
D) They expect to find satisfaction both at work and at home
The correct answer is B.
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