American educator, philosopher and author John Dewey (1859-1952) believed that learning was a process starting from uncertainty and growing from the impulse to resolve that uncertainty. He constructed the foundation of student-centered education and curriculum, never losing sight of the importance of society as the core medium that shapes all individuals to some degree. This book hinges on Dewey''s philosophy of education while placing careful emphasis on the role of gender, social boundaries, and societal expectation as reflected in various exceptional works of literature. The main endeavor is to create a teaching tool where social consciousness can find a permanent place in the composition classroom. The backbone of society is afterall the people who live in it and the amount of consciousness they practice, to function in it. Only true education can some day, replace empty minds, with open ones.