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Archetypes of women in Philippine fictions

  title={Archetypes of women in Philippine fictions},
  author={Gian Antonio},
his study analyzed four female characters from selected Philippine fictions according to the tenets of Feminist and Archetypal criticisms. It intended to contribute to the development of the said fields and to serve as a future document for feminist scholars and advocates of women empowerment in the country. This research employed the qualitative approach and the descriptive thematic content analysis design. The main female characters from the short stories and a novel sourced from an array of… 


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