She also uses colloquial words like “c’mon” On the first page she refers to the person in her bed as “the blond” which is very masculine because she is objectifying him, and is only considering his physical appearance rather than who he actually is. Claudia also refers to someone as a “wimp” which a female from that time wouldn’t do. She also bluntly says “now he was dead.” Even in this time, most girls would use some sort of euphemism rather than just too bluntly state it. Katherine’s voice is distinctive because she believed that her religion was gender-neutral. She even believed that her god was a female. However when she actually attended a “real” church she found out that everything about the religion she had been learning was based on males and upon this realisation she actually became to dislike the new god.
April 27, 2010 at 1:14 pm Claudia rebels against the normal stereotypes associated with women by doing and acting less like what is expected; she wakes up with a hangover and finds herself next to a “good looking blond” The way she speaks also indicated this notion as it is expected to be coming from “bogan’s”; “C’mon mate, wake up.” In addition, even her job as a private investigator rebels against the normal stereotypes as people don’t usually associate women with the job.