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 second wife. In a nutshell, who has the right to be the chieftest mourner for the poet and the poet’s family. It is suitable to the story because the story occurred on the wake of the poet and the story revolves and evolves on the two women who are battling for their rights for thedead poet and having the title of the chieftest mourner. What is the predominant element in the story- plot, theme, character, and setting? Explain. The predominant elements in the story are the character and the setting.
The Characters areone of the predominant element in this story because, the two wives has this unique characteristicsand differences as described in the poet. They have these arguments also that give emphasis on whoshould have the rights for the poet. And the setting, it predominant in a sense that it all happen in thewake that all of the actions and emotions of the characters are seen on that location. Furthermore therising of the story, climax and the closing part of the story are all happen in the wake which is thesetting. Who is the single main character about whom the story centers? Explain.
The single main character about whom the story centers is the poet who passed away.Because this poet has two wives, wherein these wives are arguing about their rights to him mostespecially on his wake. He is the one on why he was separated from his legal wife and he is also theone who gets another one to be his wife. Also he has this close connection to his niece wherein hisniece is the speaker of the story.
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