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In her piece “The Writer and Her Roots” from Women reading: feminist perspectives on Philippine literary texts, Filipina feminist poet Marjorie Evasco shares the different archetypes that can be found in literature: The Niña Inocente, The Mater Dolorosa, The Bitch, The Kasama, and The Warrior and Healer. With literary and historical contexts, she critically analyzes them to express how each role is complex and unlimited. Check out @jazlynngabrielle 's poignant lyric essay on how the womxn in her life have reclaimed these roles in "fo(u)r generations" on hellapinay.com now Photo of the author with her Mamang (great-grandmother) on her 98th birthday, 2018

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