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Descripción editorial

Hippie Mafia is a multi-voice narrative that examines gender roles within the constructs of urban identity. The antagonist of the work, Mason, is the antithesis of the female archetype, both in her decision making skills and in the progression of her character through her stand-alone agency. The female protagonist, Amy, is one who responds to the situations she finds herself in as one might expect of a standard female character. It is the hope of the work that these two conflicting female identities will help the reader to begin to understand and examine ways in which female characters do not need a male counterpoint to advance their own stores.

GÉNERO
Ficción y literatura
PUBLICADO
2017
14 de febrero
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
285
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Rogue Phoenix Press
TAMAÑO
268,4
KB

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