A housewife's plight : a Kristevan reading of Gilda Cordero-Fernando's story collection
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Arts in Literature
College of Liberal Arts
Literature, Department of
Defense Panel Member
Roma-Sianturi, Dinah, reader
Wright, Ma. Teresa H., reader
Sangil, Anne Frances N., coordinator
This thesis explores the marginalization of Filipina housewives in the Story Collection of Gilda Cordero-Fernano. The theoretical framework for this study is Julia Kristeva's theory of marginality, subversion, and dissidence. By identifying the marginality of the female protagonists, the readers can see how subversion is possible and how effectively dissidence is achieved by them. This study includes four stories namely, Level of Each Day's Need , Dust Monster , Cake Left Out of the Ruin , and Magnanimity .
Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall
66 leaves ; 28 cm.
Housewives; Housewives -- Employment -- Philippines
Lentejas, K. (2008). A housewife's plight : a Kristevan reading of Gilda Cordero-Fernando's story collection. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_bachelors/2293