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Author: Lailanie Ambor
Length: 107 page(s)
Written: Mar 2014
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Category: Fiction & Literature » Short Stories  |  Work: Thesis
Keywords: Women, transformation, adolescence, mother, wife, lover, confused women, Tuvera, writer, woman portrait, short stories, criticisms

analyzes how woman-in-transformation signification

This study, WOMEN-IN-TRANSFORMATION CRITIQUE OF KERIMA POLOTAN-TUVERA’S SHORT STORIES analyzes how woman-in-transformation signification is revealed in Kerima Polotan-Tuvera’s The Trap, The Virgin, and The Sound of Sunday. Specifically, it deals on the how women-in-transformation are shown in the plot structures, characterizations of female protagonists, fictional conflicts, and fictional themes.
The study used the qualitative method in deciphering the thematic analysis of Kerima Polotan-Tuvera’s short stories, The Trap, The Virgin, and The Sound of Sunday using the formalistic, mimetic and feministic point of views in analyzing the plot structures, characterizations of the female protagonists in transformation, the fictional conflict and theme of woman in transformation.

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About the Author

Member since: May 2018
Publications on XinXii:  5
Lailanie Ambor loves to write and do SEO projects.

She is a candidate for Doctor of Arts in Literature and Communication and made the co-working book in English "The Secret Algorithms of Google".

She is currently working in SEOMAGIC a teaching SEO force.

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