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Night Women

The tone of Edwidge Danticat's short story "Night Women" is somber and introspective. The narrator, a prostitute, observers her young son as he sleeps or pretends to sleep. The mood in the setting...

Latest answer posted November 1, 2018 10:34 am UTC

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Night Women

In the story, Edwige Dandicat uses first-person point of view, which helps her provide insights into the protagonist’s ideas and thoughts. The reader will notice that the title is “Night Women,”...

Latest answer posted February 22, 2020 6:15 pm UTC

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Night Women

In "Night Women," part of Krik? Krack!, Danticat exposes the difficulties of women who must earn a living in a country with sorely limited employment opportunities. The heroine, like many other...

Latest answer posted June 27, 2011 8:42 am UTC

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Night Women

Actually, the full book is called Krick? Krack! and only one part of it is called "Night Women," so I will assume that you are speaking about the entire collection and give you some pertinent...

Latest answer posted December 30, 2015 12:41 pm UTC

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Night Women

Please keep in mind that "Night Women" is part of the full work called Krick? Krack!, but we can still take a look at some quotations that really show the importance of the narrator/speaker....

Latest answer posted December 30, 2015 12:53 pm UTC

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