In “Boys and Girls” by the author Alice Munro, tries to view a young girl life into womanhood through the point of woman rights. The story is written in first person narration through the point of view from the young girl. The theme of this story is revolution. The narrator despises her mother for being a woman and working in the house but in the end she too develops herself into a woman and takes the roles of the title.
This story shows the inequality between both male and female. The narrator describes every characteristic of her father’s life, including his work and his friends.