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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/3/11 Antoinette’s Struggle for Sense of Identity Nick Cheng
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6/3/11 Thesis Statement Antoinette struggles throughout her lifetime to find a sense of identity in a society for her Creole heritage and she never belonged to any norm.
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6/3/11 Overview Exile throughout her childhood years Comments from Tia Rejected by Annette Humiliated by male bullies at convent “A white cockroach” to servants Fight with Amelie “It was a song about a white cockroach” Mad wife to Rochester Mistreating her; not recognizing her for who she is Renaming to “Bertha”
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6/3/11 Literary Devices Diction Allusion Imagery Tone Syntax Style
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6/3/11 Exile throughout her childhood Plenty white people in Jamaica. Real white people, they got gold money. They didn’t look at us, nobody see them come near us. Old time white people nothing but white nigger now, and black nigger better than white nigger.” (Rhys 22)
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