Some articles on woman, older, older woman:
... When a young woman seeks out an older man, her desire for guidance and support is often depicted as tragically naive ... by the selfish desires of Lady Bellaston, a much older woman who takes Tom as a lover ... Yet Fielding presents the older woman as selfish, spiteful and cruel, implying that any older woman who desires a younger man must be acting from sinister motives ...
... The Older Woman, appearing in disguise, has come to the terminal to wait for her "fiance"—a younger man that has promised to meet her ... The Older Woman's fiance has not arrived, and Bill and Tina prepare to depart ... The Older Woman decides to venture out on a flight herself, and the Steward and Stewardess make amends, each working on their respective flights, ending ...
Famous quotes containing the words woman and/or older:
“... woman does not see what people of intellect perceived fifty years ago: that suffrage is an evil, that it has only helped to enslave people, that it has but closed their eyes that they may not see how craftily they were made to submit.”
—Emma Goldman (18691940)
“In this sad world of ours, sorrow comes to all; and, to the young, it comes with bitterest agony, because it takes them unawares. The older have learned to ever expect it.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)