The barber, mistaken for a dictator, addresses millions over the radio. In his address, he expresses disapproval of fascist views and advocates for love, liberty, and world peace. He encourages solidarity among the nation and instills inspiration and confidence into his citizens.
Dre talks to Rainbow and insists that she should have taken his last name when they got married. Rainbow cites that doing so would go against her feminist ideals because it enforces that women and men are not equal, which she clarifies is the view held by feminists. By reverting to old tradition, Rainbow fears that she would do a disservice to herself and all the women who came before her that made strides to bolster future generations of women.
A brief overview of the life and career of English author Virginia Woolf, one of the leading modernist literary figures of the twentieth century. Woolf's best known works include Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse.