Literary period

Katherine Magyarody’s short story “Goldhawk” was first published in 2017 and has postmodern characteristics. The postmodernist literary movement experienced a rise in the post-World War II era and gained popularity throughout the late twentieth century. Postmodernism is still a popular literary style used by many authors today.

Postmodernist works can be recognised through themes, context, and narrative techniques. The work shows many traits that are common to postmodern literary works. For example, the text has a social setting which refers to gender roles and immigration. This is a popular aspect in postmodernist works, which often focus on the situation of minority or marginalized groups. The story has political, social, and philosophical nuances, as it raises questions about the treatment of women in the workplace. The choice of themes contribute to contemporary debates about sexism and privacy.

In terms of postmodernist ...

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