She works with each and every day. Hurston describes that women were denied equal opportunities and abused by men in "Sweat". University of Illinois Press. The story investigates the psychological effects of an abusive relationship. The marriage is an abusive one, ever since Sykes began beating Delia two months after marrying. The story does not refer to any job or income for Sykes, but he does somehow pay his mistress Bertha's rent, and he and his mistress even go on "stomps"—probably dates at a nightclub. The historical background presented during the time period when "Sweat" was published, represents a time when feminist art movements were taking place.
Kadence. Age: 32.
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Yareli. Age: 25.
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The historical background presented during the time period when "Sweat" was published, represents a time when feminist art movements were taking place. The story portrays Delia as being as strong and as independent as a woman can be in her circumstance. Snakes, like the diamondback rattlesnake in the story, are prevalent in the area. Sykes scares his wife of fifteen years by using her fear of snakes.