Mann O Sawa Literature Analysis

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Rebecca Rogers* and June Christia(2007) worked on a (Christia, 2007) critical discourse analysis of the construction of race in children’s literature. Aim of their study was to see the construction of Whiteness in children’s literature that intentionally brought Whiteness to the surface. They analyzed the literary strategies and linguistic techniques authors used to present Whiteness and, subsequently, Blackness? They selected children’s books from a range of genres that covered multiple points in time(contemporary America and historical America), that presented young children as racialized protagonists, and were written for children in third and fourth grades. They used a combination of critical analyses including an intertextual and hermeneutical analysis as a tool to analyze the children literature. Result of their study showed that the patterns researchers noticed in the children’s books do not occur in isolation. They reflect larger societal themes of the privileging effect, colorblind theories…show more content…
Aleem Shakir & Shazia Rafique conducted a research on the representation of women in Mann O Salwa through Feminist Stylistic Analysis. Their study makes an attempt to analyze Mann o Salwa from the perspective of feminist stylistics to investigate how Pakistani female author represents women in her novel Mann o Salwa by utilizing analysis of transitivity choices. Researchers aim was to explore whether female authors present a positive image of women or not. One of its aims was to explore the effect of society on female writings. Method of feminist stylistic analysis proposed by Sara Mills was adopted to analyze Mann o Salwa. (Shah, Zahid, Shakir, & Rafique, 2014). The result revealed that female authors’ writings to some extent are socially influenced. They partially portray them passive and dependent on man. Their actions are actually the reaction of men’s action on them as they are equally exploited by men and other women in
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