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The Comparison of the Position of Women in Girl, by Jamaica Kincaid, and The Werewolf, by Angela Carter
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The Comparison of the Position of Women in "Girl," by Jamaica Kincaid, and "The Werewolf," by Angela Carter.
Both "Girl," by Jamaica Kincaid, and "The Werewolf," by Angela Carter are the stories concerning about women position; therefore, in this essay, I am going to illustrate the position of women in these two stories according to two points of view: the individual point of view and the social point of view to work out the point that although there are some differences between the position of women in these two stories, but the similarity outweigh the differences, they are the lowest ones in the society.
Firstly, if standing on the point of view of the young girls in the stories, which is the individual view, we can see the girl in "Werewolf" has a stronger position comparing with the position of the girl in "Girl".
To illustrate this point, my first reason is that what they need to face is totally different, the girl in "Girl" has a traditional woman-liked position; she needs to learn washing clothes, cooking, sewing, ironing, housekeeping, and also behaving like a lady. What her mother tells her to
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