Many questions were raised by the author concerning women rights within the society. Abbott being a clergyman and educator, the author mainly focused on mathematics and the story mainly contained sociological and philosophical elements that describe the Flatland society (Abbott 1) Women are regarded as closed figures that are unable to reason while in the public. Abbott version mainly intended to sharp analysis of the women within the Victorian England Society. The author regards women as people who are difficult to intellectualize. However, there is a need for women and men to be given equal chances in education purposes in order to foster the continuity of the society. Since women are more close to the young ones compared to men, they are capable of nurturing the young to adulthood to meet their desired goals.
The whole story goes around motivating the family members in their life. As a mathematician, the author explained how members of the society have negative views concerning womenusing different geometric ideas (Abbott 2). Derogatory content concerning women did not impress the author making her not to give her son to read the first edition. Additionally, men should have a sense of taking good about women in order to create respect for the young ones towards women. With respect in the society, there is peace, unity and development which help both men and women. Sexual discrimination in educationpromotes hatred among the young ones. However, discrimination in education diminishes other people careers. All what men can do, women can do better.
Abbott regards women as newborn babies. According to the author’s statement, women are lines making up the polygon that are in men. At the same time, the author suggests that the newborn children are like isosceles triangles with relative two long sides with one short line making it complete (Abbott 14).