Through literary works, individuals/writers are able to express their subjective interpretations of life and social reality as they experience it. Literature as the mirror of social reality is explicitly expressed in the literary work, Girl by Jamaica Kincaid. Throughout time mother/daughter relationships have been tattered as woman's liberation has taken place. Many mothers have the "old fashioned" opinion about what a woman should be. The short story "Girl by Jamaica Kincaid, is a prime example of this relationship. According Toolan, plot refers to a series of events that are linked by some causality (Toolan 34). This does not seem to be evident in the story. In fact, it is made up of a single sentence separated by semicolons. Once again this reiterates that a woman must act a certain way to not be judged. The setting of this story once again plays a major role in the theme of this story. While the story might seem offensive to the new generation-women, the relationship revels the complexity of postcolonial identity in the work (Lang-Peralta and American Comparative Literature Association 12). Kincaid insists that while her first stories seemed to talk about her relationship with her mother, the deeper meaning was about colonialism in the Caribbean.
In this statement, the word fish refers to a husband. The mother therefore explains to the daughter the tricks of finding a suitable husband. However, she also teaches her that not all marriages work out and she should not feel bad about giving up.
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The daughter only interrupts to defend herself or ask a question. Her words suggest that the family lives in a poor setting. The title of the story is an integral part of Kincaids work.