SHORT STORY "PROPERTY OF WOMAN" BY SARA SULERI

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Muhammad Atif, Syeda Hira, Rehana Beghum, Shumaila wali

Abstract

Postcolonial writing, by definition, is profoundly concerned with the histories, regularly with retelling or reassessing the way in colonial/ postcolonial histories have been displayed in colonial/ western accounts . Basic talk investigation  as a apparatus utilized to examine the talked and composed writings to uncover the unrevealed philosophies. The reason of the inquire about is how the creator has controlled the intellect of individuals through the composing in brief story "property of woman". The objective of the investigate is to highlight that what kind of vocabularies are being utilized to control the minds of perusers. The analyst has physically collected all sorts of dictionaries from the story.


This show think about answers two questions:  what kind of talk markers and modifiers are utilized by Sara Suleri to control the minds of reader? How these talk markers and modifiers are making a difference to clarify the most subject of the story "property of women"?


The result of the study is that the creator has broadly utilized the dictionaries which control the minds of her perusers and locked in them in story. The conclusion of the study is that the subject of the story is sociological and ethnographic illustration of postcolonial writing which examinations female involvement in social and political circumstances.

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How to Cite
Muhammad Atif, Syeda Hira, Rehana Beghum, Shumaila wali. (2020). SHORT STORY "PROPERTY OF WOMAN" BY SARA SULERI. JOURNAL OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS AND TESOL, 1(2), 15-18. Retrieved from http://jalt.com.pk/index.php/JALT/article/view/577