The narrator is without her feminist qualities representing free or independent women, her naivety shows her without any real strength depicting her more as a child. She is also viewed as a possession as she “ceased to be her child becoming his wife” suggesting she is passed between owners foreshadowing a possible neglect to the things people can find most valuable. She is shown as an object of desire too saying she is an “artichoke” who’s leaves need to be stripped suggesting further that he may finish with her after his sexual desire is sated.
The little girl stereotype is projected as she calls herself a “schoolgirl” and her husband also refers too her as a “little girl” repeatedly expressing to the reader her absence of maturity. Her immaturity is developed further after she views her new dwelling as a “castle” suggesting a link too fairytale calling herself “queen” of the ocean surrounding her, this also suggests she is not fully void of her childish ways and therefore is not aware of the bad in the world.
The major indication of her lack of immaturity is shown when the narrator calls her mother and “burst(s) into tears” and all he can say his her “gold taps” her mother then foreshadows the girls escape later by planting the seeds of doubt in the readers mind by being “concerned”. The mother is the icon for feminism, she has her own independence, courage and strength. The narrator shows her admiration for her mother as she describes how “magnificently eccentric” she is showing that her mother has her own independent personality not needing to be owned by anyone.
Her courage is shown toward the end as she fires upon the marquis’ with her husbands “antique service revolver this could also represent the mother Mary, the strong protective mother. The marquis’ being shot as a “man-eating tiger’ shows that she has a sense of adventure in the wild doing things Stereotypes Chamber gay tuckered In “The Bloody Chamber” through the different chat minor characters of the. N presented. Her ‘ruby chock from the guillotine, whose of her femininity.
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