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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 s
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    The Chieftest Mourner by Aida Rivera Ford He was my uncle because he married my aunt (even if he had not come to her these past ten years), so when the papers brought the news of his death, I felt that some part of me had died, too.I was boarding then at a big girls' college in Manila and I rememb
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    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 differe
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    The Chieftest Mourner by Aida Rivera Ford He was my uncle because he married my aunt (even if he had not come to her these past ten years), so when the papers brought the news of his death, I felt that some part of me had died, too. I was boarding then at a big girls' college in Manila and I rememb
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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 mis
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    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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    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.
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    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...
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    Summary of the chief test mourner This is a short story authored by Aida Rivera Ford. 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.  At the establishing point of the story, the first...
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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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