famously, the institution of polygamy. Fundamentalists foUow a strict sexual code; polygamy seems to be a socialization of male adulterous that include first menstrual period, childbirth and menopause, the stories examine what Pritchard referred impulses at the cost of female autonomy. They tend to ignore secular laws, disregarding taxes and licenses, except (many people charge) insofar as they can work the social welfare system to their advantage. They are the frequent recipients of divine revelations, a disconcerting number of which are apocalyptic in nature. by extremism. Into Thin Air was about extreme mountaineering; the overlooked Into the Wild was about and private--often unspoken--rites that evolve from the pressures of society and family expectations" (Glimmer Train, Summer 2003). As reflected in "Port de Bras," the to in an interview as "the personal rites begin at a young age, when twelve-year-old Eleanor is subjected to harsh criticism and painful contordreaded cotillion wearing puffy chiffon, gold lamé and too-tight emerald heels, a fussy outfit assembled by her graceful ingenue--induce emotional as weU as physical pain. Although she is outwardly compliant, Eleanor protects herself by developing some subversive rites of her own. At the Clearly, Krakauer is still intrigued tions in ballet
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 2003
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