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Copy of The Chieftest Mourner
Transcript of Copy of The Chieftest Mourner
Point of View
Poet/ Uncle of Narrator
Aunt Sophia/ Wife of the Poet
Esa/ The Other Woman of the Poet
It predominant in a sense that it all happen in the wake that all of the actions and emotions of the characters.
House of Aunt and Uncle
The first person is used as the point of view wherein the narrator is a character in the story. The narrator uses the first - person pronouns I and me.
By Aida Rivera Ford
Point of View
The general theme is a story with a focal point focused on love and innocence in the context of death. The underlying theme is the disloyalty of people through their love ones.
This is a short story authored by Aida Rivera Ford. The story is all about the death of the narrator’s uncle. It is a story with a focal point focused on love and innocence in the context of death. At the establishing point of the story, the first story lines already shows a tint of innocence and simplicity but the gloomy tone of the story is already felt. The situation is just a very typical scenario in the Philippines but through the writer’s prolific used of diction and imagery a common situation is turned into something new – a work of art. But what will move most of the readers is the author’s command of language and smooth flow of situations.
The story shows the conflict between the couples and the legal wife and the second wife of the poet.
When the other woman make a scandal and fought by words with the legal wife
The other woman leaves the chapel she says "she can have HIM"