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Lessons In Chemistry S1

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Brie Larson in Lessons in Chemistry (Image via IMDb)

 With ENGLISH SUBTITLES.

the book lessons In ChemistryWhile the book Lessons in Chemistry has been praised for its humor, tragedy, and strong feminist message, it raises important questions about gender bias in the workplace, particularly in the sciences.

The same has been replicated in the series of Lessons in Chemistry.

Elizabeth Zott is a complex character who is a chemist by profession. She faces severe misogyny and harassment at work. A sexual assault ends her Ph.D. journey, so she joins Hastings Research Institute.

However, harassment still perpetuates, forcing her to quit. She then starts a TV show, "Supper at Six," focusing on cooking chemistry. This move is not just a career shift; it's a rebellion against an oppressive system. Moreover, the show becomes a hit as Elizabeth teaches science via the method of preparing food.

Tags: Feminist, Misogyny, Brie Larson

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