Stylistic Devices In The Giant Wistaria

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Final Analysis Writers of works of literature have long employed various stylistic devices to execute their literary objectives. Some of these stylistic devices include – but are not limited to – the use of settings, theme, and characters. Furthermore, such works can be analyzed, understood and interpreted through the lens of theories such as Feminism, Post-colonialism, and Existentialism. The use of various stylistic devices in service of the exploration of various literary theories serves to make literature vibrant, richer, and much more useful to the society in which the work is produced. Through the use of the mentioned stylistic devices, writers are able to demonstrate links that exist between their works of literature and theories such as Feminism, Post-colonialism, and Existentialism. Analyzing “The Giant Wistaria” Using the Feminism Theory Feminism, as a movement, can be defined as the struggle that seeks to do away with institutionalized patriarchy. Additionally, it has the aim of championing for the social, political, economic, and cultural equality between the sexes. In doing this, feminism permeates all levels of society and cannot, therefore, be restricted to specific disciplines. This is how ideas of Feminism abound in literature. Indeed, “The Giant Wistaria” as written by Charlotte Stetson (1998) demonstrates various feminist underpinnings. As the story starts, a reader notes that a family is trying to deal with the fact that their daughter has given birth

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