• Short Stories by Selected Women Writers
    Polotan-Tuvera’s The Virgin and A House Full of Daughters, Aida Rivera-Ford’s Love in the Cornhusk and The chieftest Mourner and Iris Shiela G. Crosostomo’s The Steel Brassiere. The chapter 1 included the problem and its setting. It is also include the statement of the problem, the significance of the...
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  • the chieftest mourner
    personalities. Related Literature This part includes the summary of the five short stories to give the readers a brief picture of the story. Author’s biographies of The Virgin, A House Full of Daughters, Love in the Cornhusk, The Chieftest Mourner and The Steel Brassiere are also...
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  • Term Analysis
    readers may follow it. The author is very good in making techniques in writing that can make readers be more interested in the story. The Chieftest Mourner By: Aida Rivera Ford Summary This is a short story authored by Aida Rivera Ford. The story is all about the death of the narrator’s uncle...
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  • Chieftest Mourner
    « Study and create flashcards for free at Cram.comUpgrade | Hi GaganxGet Access to StudyMode.com - Complete Your Registration Now.StudyMode - Premium and Free Essays, Term Papers & Book NotesEssaysBook NotesAP NotesCitation GeneratorMore"">Home » Health An Essay on the Chieftest Mourner by Aida...
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  • chieftest mourner
    Explain the title. In what way is it suitable to the story. The chieftest Mourner is the title chose by Aida Rivera Ford because it discusses in the storyof the two wives that were on the wake of the poet. Who will be the chieftest mourner for that wake,is it the legal one? Or is it the second...
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  • The Chieftest Mourner Story
    The Chieftest Mourner: A Reaction The Chieftest Mourner is a story or rather a narration by a girl in her college days whose unvledied. Her uncle was given the title "the last of a distinct school of Philippine poets" and wasdescribed as "the sweetest lyre that ever throbbed with Malayan chords...
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  • Who Is Chieftest Mourner? a Literary Analysis of Aida Rivera-Ford’s the Chieftest Mourner
    Vallo, Rodeann Angelica D. May 22, 2012 Section 4N Who is Chieftest Mourner? A literary analysis of Aida Rivera-Ford’s The Chieftest Mourner Who would possibly claim the higher sovereignty, is it the legal wife or the...
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  • A Hint of Humor
    people are generally cheerful. We find humour from other people’s misfortune. We laugh at the misfortune, not the individual. It helps us soothe the pain from the misfortune and we forget it faster. I realized this when I was reading "The Chieftest Mourner" by Aida Rivera-Ford. When the second girl...
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  • Lesson Plan
    cannot escape reflecting the author’s life and milieu. __________9. Esa, in The Chieftest Mourner, is a Feminist. __________10. Miss Noel, an idealistic English teacher from Pugad Lawin, decided to leave the school after she saw the reality of the education system upon...
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  • The Chiefiest Mourner Analysis
    The Chiefiest Mourner 1. Explain the title. In what way is it suitable to the story?  For me, the author choose the “Chieftest Mourner” as the title of the story because the story shows who suffered most between the legal wife, Sophia and the second wife, Esa. 2. What did the predominant...
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  • The Chieftest Mourner
    The Chieftest Mourner is a story or rather a narration by a girl in her college days whose uncle died. Her uncle was given the title "the last of a distinct school of Philippine poets" and was described as "the sweetest lyre that ever throbbed with Malayan chords". The title of this story is...
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  • The Chieftest Mourner
     National Artist of the Philippines in 1997. He died on 28 November 1999 in Quezon City, Philippines at the age of 84. As a National Artist, Gonzalez was honored with a state funeral at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. The Chieftest Mourner in the story is the "another woman". Even if the Legal wife did...
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  • An Essay on the Chieftest Mourner by Aida Rivera-Ford
    An essay on The Chieftest Mourner by Aida Rivera-Ford The short story focuses on Filipino conventions during the wake of loved ones. It’s also a twist of Filipino stereotypes regarding social conventions such as the ‘kabit’ or the second wife/mistress, as compared to the first wife. The story...
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  • It Wasn't Funny at All
    Paola Marie M. Ramos May 21, 2012 4N It wasn’t funny at all A reader’s response of Aida Rivera Ford’s The Chieftest Mourner Could you sacrifice your dignity and set aside your pride for the sake of the person you loved? Who deserves the honor of being the real wife? These are the...
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  • The Chieftest Mourner Review
    An Essay on the Chieftest Mourner by Aida Rivera-Ford The short study focuses on Filipino conventions during the wake of loved ones. It’s withal a twist of Filipino stereotypes regarding social conventions such as the “kabit” or the second wife/mistress, as compared to the first base wife. The...
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  • arianne
    THEME: The Chieftest Mourner AUTHOR: Aida Rivera-Ford CHARACTERS: Esa Sophia PLOT: The story is all about the death of the narrator's uncle. It is a story with a focal point focused on love and innocence in the context of death. This deals between the legal wife and the second whom who...
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  • Some Stories
    to let go and letting her love fades away making her a martyred wife. The Chieftest Mourner Sophia the wife is uncontrollable with her emotions and actions, may be a nagger or do physical acts like tying him to the chair or beating him. Sophia’s doings and actions triggered her husband to...
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  • Funeral Blues
    Funeral Blues Summary Stanza 1 Lines 1-2 Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone, Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone, The song begins with a series of harsh commands : stop the clocks! Cut off the telephones! The speaker sounds forceful and even angry. These seem like physical...
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  • The Vietnam War: Bellum Letale
    Griswold 1 Chelsea Griswold Mr. Scott Modern World History 22 September 2010 The Vietnam War: Bellum Letale “A great war leaves the country with three armies – an army of cripples, an army of mourners, and an army of thieves.” Originally spoken by a German proverb, this mention is largely...
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  • Amfs
    trust is not inherited but it is gained. Then, for the women, you should fight for your life and draw the line for the man’s abuses because your dignity and personality depends on it. If you know that it is enough, fight for it. The Chieftest Mourner By Aida Rivera Ford 1. Explain the title. In...
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