The Woman Warrior

as noted in class there is a special urging (warning?) about doing these readings and blogs on time

for Thurs 12/2  “No Name Woman” and “White Tigers”   for blog:  consider the statement  on page 53 “The swordswoman and I are not so dissimilar.”  On the basis of these first 2 sections how can Maxine claim to be a woman warrior?

for Tues 12/7  “Shaman” and “At the Western Palace”      for blog:  comment on the enormous difference in Maxine’s mother in these two sections?

for Thurs 12/9   “A Song for a Barbarian Reed Pipe”         for blog:  consider either madness or silence–both have been thematic in other sections and have an important place in this section which is  the one most about Maxine herself

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One Response to “The Woman Warrior”

  1. Thomas Assenzio says:

    Curious what exactly the final is, if anyone knows anything please write back Thanks