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Math 101, Week 4 Notes

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Math 101, Week 4 Notes ENG 320

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University of Hawaii at Manoa

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kat Notetaker on Friday August 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ENG 320 at University of Hawaii at Manoa taught by Jack Taylor in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see Introduction to English in English at University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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Date Created: 08/05/16
In “Biography,” the Narrator explicitly lists her mother’s chores; why? Your reason should  reference gender, sexuality, literature, and the reproduction of colonial power in the household. Kincaid lists her mother’s chores in “Biography” to continue on with the ideas of gender  and sexual identity that take place throughout the entire story. One of the main ideas in the story,  sewing, contains an abstract meaning of sexuality. By portraying sewing as the main theme and  then bringing in the list of her mother’s chores, the narrator is explicitly labeling the side of the  sexual power that her mother takes on. Which of course would be seen as the women class that  stays home and tends to the children and housework. It is apparent throughout the entire excerpt  of “Biography” that the narrator’s mother is tired (as the narrator states) and is of lesser power  simply because she is the one being forced to completely care for her child and do all the hard  work just to celebrate her child (birth). There is a moment where we get a glimpse of the other  parent’s role to the child, which is nonexistent. The readers learn that the child’s real father does  not take on any role in the child’s life, in fact, for a while the child thinks her mother’s husband  is her father, but we don’t get much insight on what role the mother’s husband plays in the  mother’s life. 


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