A Semiotic Approach to the Short Story "Glass" by Shena MacKAY
"Glass" by Shena Mackay.
A Semiotic Approach.
In the short story Glass, Shena Mackay presents the inner feelings and perceptions of Jessamy Jones, a female protagonist, who, as she is waiting in line to the cash dispenser, tries to make sense of her life and of her past.
(1)"Glass" - the title marks the beginning of the text and has both a deictic and a declarative function. It has multiple meanings because it can refer to a mirror, a drinking container or a window pane. "Glass" has no determiner; it could be both a noun or an adjective. We could say that the title is intended to be misle…
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