Victim Repressed Passive Naive Complicit Stubborn Strong Defiant. Passive Complicit Victim Strong Defiant Repressed Naive Stubborn. ‘Bridal triumph’ ‘Are you sure you love him?’ ‘I’m sure I want to marry him,’ ‘To which one day I might bear an heir. Our destination, my destiny.’
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‘Are you sure you love him?’ ‘I’m sure I want to marry him,’
‘To which one day I might bear an heir. Our destination, my destiny.’
‘I saw him watching me...with the assessing eye of a connoisseur inspecting horseflesh, or even of a housewife in the market, inspecting cuts on the slab.’
‘I knew it - that henceforth, I would always be lonely.’
‘(I swear to you, I had never been vain until I met him.)’
‘He stripped me...as if he were stripping the leaves off an artichoke’
‘And so my purchaser unwrapped his bargain.’
Carter’s writing seeks to redefine the victimisation of women. To what extent to do agree with this view?