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Rhys and Boland

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Department
English
Course
ENGLISH 2I06
Professor
Sarah Brophy
Semester
Winter

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Words that Make a Rhythm ofthe Crime Gendered Testimony in RhysBolandMise EireQuestioningRejecting the words that make rhythm from crime LiteratureLanguage on one hand and crime on the other Crime in the sense of historical injury or wounding Asking questions about the way in which literature can be complicit in covering over historical memory and memories of pain Perhaps making of literature into rhythm is a preservation and not a covering overSmile Pleaseduty to perform Feminine role in a way that pleasesObject Lessons Theme and problem of objectificationObjectLessons there is something to be learned from examining the problem of objectification Archiving the experience of being rendered an object and particularly an object of moral disdain Women responsible for loss for sin for very heavy subjectsRhys Let them Call it Jazz How does the use of firstperson narration mediate readers ability to know SelinaThe story is beginning with venting so reliability must be filtered through anger She makes a set of strong assertions and evaluations that we have
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