Psychological Analysis on the Story "The Moths"
The narrator generally feels only, even in church.
The literary point of view refers who is, or from what angle the story is being told. It is the perspective of the narrative voice. The point of view fundamentally affects how the story is told and will determine how interesting or disinteresting the story will be.
Through this, she illustrates how women struggle to overcome cultural and family norms in the American society (Cott, 1994).
The author utilizes opposite ends of the light spectrum to signify beginnings and endings by painting a vivid picture for the reader.
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Kinney, J. (1985). Amalgamation!: race, sex, and rhetoric in the nineteenth-century American novel. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.