Little Chinese Seamstress

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  • Little Chinese Seamstress
    • Themes
      • Love and Friendship
        • Narrator
        • Luo
      • Power of Literature
        • Stealing the books
          • Untitled
      • Re-education
        • Keen to become educated
      • Growing Up
        • Bravery
          • When the
      • Beauty
        • Untitled
    • Setting
      • Coalmine
      • Tailor's House
      • Yong Jing
      • Waterfall
      • Untitled
    • Significance of Character
      • Pivotal Character
        • Influencing characters and events throughout the story
    • Key Scene
      • When the Seamstress transforms into a civilized city girl and departs to the city (page 167)
        • Shown through her actions
        • Shown through imagery; describing her clothing
      • When the Little Chinese Seamstress is first introduced (CHAPTER 3)
        • Shows her high status, since it links to "princess"
        • Gives a description of her appearance "imagery"
      • When Little Chinese Seamstress looks after Luo during his fever (page 34-36)
        • Shows that the Little Chinese Seamstress is caring towards
      • When the Seamstress asks Luo and the narrator to steal the books (page 83)
        • Show her manupalativeside
        • Manipulates others for her own reasons
      • When the Little Chinese  Seamstress has an abortion (PG 161-163)
        • Illegal Actions
        • Using the narrator for her own good
        • Shows the actions and behaviour of the narrator of how he treats the Seamstress
      • When the Little Chinese Seamstress goes swimming and fetches Luo's keys (Page 129)
        • Shows that the Little Chinese Seamstress is brave, fearing and different from the others
        • Obedient to Luo at this stage; being compared to a dog
    • Adjectives to describe the Seamstress


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