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Loose Change - Andrea Levy (2005)
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the narrator meets Laylor

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Short Stories Loose Change - Andrea Levy (2005) Summary: story is told by an unnamed female first-person narrator the narrator meets Laylor during a visit to the toilets at the National Portrait gallery in London Luncomfortable in need of change for the "tampon machine" the narrator meets Laylor who helps her out without expecting to be paid back after that the narrator walks through the gallery commenting on different pictures • they head for the cafeteria • the narrator learns about the living situation Laylor and her brother are in: Las refugees from Uzbekistan ↳ they don't know anyone in London don't have much جا they (homeless) money · Laylor does not ask for anything, but the narrator feels shamed into helping her while thinking about the advantages that helping Laylor could bring, the narrator leaves the gallery without further comment. Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement: question of identity & belonging: narrator: • insecuritys ·´ first-generation-immigrant • Stress her own belonging to Britain ↳she takes pride in behaving like typical Londoner Laylor: Settled and strong character young illegal immigrant • strength based of her self- knowledge & acceptance of her family background provides her with a sense of belonging Both Characters illustrate the importance of belonging when it comes to identity: • narrator: lack a sense of belonging appears to also lack a proprer sense of self Identity struggle ? • Laylor: experienced displacement, but she appears confident & strong → sense of belonging seems...

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to underpin her identity Topic: a story of prejudices of immigrants - 000 the story illustrates, that generosity does not depend on wealth postcolonial experience: narrator: first-generation-immigrant from the Carribean she takes pride in behaving like typical Londoner when she meets Laylor, she realises, that she have the power to help her but ironically decides against it L maybe because of her stereotypical London aloofness (Distanziertheit) The story is linked to postcolonialism by the themes of identity. & belonging Laylor: Seems empowered by her sense of belonging narrator: in contrast she is weakened by her lack of it her ↳she appears to loose her humanity in the end, defeated by continuing struggle to belong She shall not be moved - Shereen Pandit (2005) Summary: • unnamed first-person narrator and her daughter Miriam L> on their to a dance lesson on a cold day in London way • they board a bus • narrator realises that the aisle (Gang ) is blocked by a Somali woman with a pram (Kinderwagen) and a toddler · the seats in the area for prams are taken by two middle- aged white woman ↳ the narrator wants to help the Somali woman by confronting them & asking to make space but they reject the idea, arguing that it will cause a scene and disturb her daughter unnecessarily the bus driver shouts at the woman ordering to fold up the pram • the Somali Woman is very calm Istedfast while she is bullied by the bus-driver and the two women. • a old-white woman gets in the bus, the narrator refuses to give up her seat ↳ she only wants to get up if the two women give up their seat for the Somali woman (Miriam is confused by her behaviour) • Somali woman get's off the bus narrator advises her to report the bus driver ↳ but she replies that she is a slave and not worthy of her attention. · Later: narrator feels guilty and is worried that she's a bad role model for her daughter Topic: racism I woman's failture to speak out against it Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement: question of identity & belonging: narrator: fled to England to avoid political presecution (Verfolgung) • have a strong sense of right & wrong (she also teach her daughter morally correct speak out against wrong-doing. → but the narrator does not →she fails to set a good example for her child her sense of belonging & identity based in part of her values & Ideals · identifying as a person who stands out against racism she may not belong where she felt she did (she act contrary to her teachings) → make an impact of her daughter. inaction → even it goes against her own morals. the Somali woman: • strong sense of identity & belonging · also she is treated of someone who does not belong as "other" experience discrimination & racism • but she is right aware of what's her right · multiculturalism / anti-racism /against injustice the narrator does not speak out when it matters. and neither do any other people on the bus for her daughter a "first lesson" in looking away & ignoring racism postcolonial experience: linked to postcolonialism 1) characters = first-generation immigrant (daughter) = woman with a migration background (Somali) 2) setting = story takes place in the UK (involved in the slave trade 3) title = "She shall Not Be Moved "~≈ "We shall Not Be Moved (African American spiritual used as a protest song during the Civil rights movement in the USA The Third and Final Continent-Thumpa Lahiri (2005) Summary: • narrator lives in London with other Bengalis, studies and begins a career as a librarian (Bibleothekar) 5 years later: job at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston) ↳ but in the same time his marriage was arranged by his older Brother and his wife • future bride / wife : Mala (but he barely know her • then he moves to a private house owned by a old Lady named Mrs. Croft →share respect for one another • the narrator begins to feel protective of her • Mala arrives : they move into a small apartement together ・first: uncomfortable (because they are strangers) ´ at one point they visit Mrs. Croft. first moment of warmth, they begin to grow closer • not long afterwards: Mrs. Croft died narrator is very sad and Mala consoles him strengthening their bond end of the story: happily married, have a son studying at Harvard • narrator still remembers Mrs. Croft Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement: question of identity & belonging: narrator: · live with other Bengalis → have little responsibilitys & enjoy their lives : • not feeling a great need of change Sense of belonging. does not make an effort to fit in or understand British culture •when he moves to Boston: he systematically & purposely learn. & adjust to amarican life Mala: · tries to adapt her behaviour Sharing a life= difficult for them (they barely know each other) · but their trying their best • they dont reject the culture they live in! • they have each other they not experience displacement / lack of belonging : Topic: migration · arranged marriage reasons for migration postcolonial experience: •the story does not give information on political (economic conditions focused on the main character's personal migration. history. • the migration experience is positive The Escape-Qaisra Shahraz (2009) Summary: · about Samir : 73 years old, Pakistani living in the UK • starts of the mosque in Long sight where he is praying for his dead wife • his son dropped him off at the mosque and is supposed to pick him up • he bumps into his old friend Manzoor who invites him to his home but Samir refuses (because he was afraid of old memories) - Samir has a house with 5 bedrooms but his family move out and his wife passed away → his joy has gone. ↳> he seems to be lonely · So Samir announces that he wants to go back to Pakistan for a few month to visit his family. •when he arrived: Samir does not experience the feeling of homecoming he had expected. he realises he has become unfamiliar with his life in Pakistan • he visit his family but the situation is very akward contrary to his initial plans: he leave Pakistan after just he realised that his home is in England a week • he moved to an old people's home, where Samir is happy. and enjoys his life Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement : question of identity & belonging: narrator: ·Samir live in England but has a close link to his country of origin 4 keep up Pakistani traditions he has fostered to belief that Pakistan is the place where he truly belongs • his wife seems to have been fundamental to his sense of belonging lidentity and home · after his death: He longs for an "escape" from England Topic: - searching for a home sense of belonging

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Loose Change - Andrea Levy (2005)
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the narrator meets Laylor

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

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Short Stories Loose Change - Andrea Levy (2005) Summary: story is told by an unnamed female first-person narrator the narrator meets Laylor during a visit to the toilets at the National Portrait gallery in London Luncomfortable in need of change for the "tampon machine" the narrator meets Laylor who helps her out without expecting to be paid back after that the narrator walks through the gallery commenting on different pictures • they head for the cafeteria • the narrator learns about the living situation Laylor and her brother are in: Las refugees from Uzbekistan ↳ they don't know anyone in London don't have much جا they (homeless) money · Laylor does not ask for anything, but the narrator feels shamed into helping her while thinking about the advantages that helping Laylor could bring, the narrator leaves the gallery without further comment. Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement: question of identity & belonging: narrator: • insecuritys ·´ first-generation-immigrant • Stress her own belonging to Britain ↳she takes pride in behaving like typical Londoner Laylor: Settled and strong character young illegal immigrant • strength based of her self- knowledge & acceptance of her family background provides her with a sense of belonging Both Characters illustrate the importance of belonging when it comes to identity: • narrator: lack a sense of belonging appears to also lack a proprer sense of self Identity struggle ? • Laylor: experienced displacement, but she appears confident & strong → sense of belonging seems...

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to underpin her identity Topic: a story of prejudices of immigrants - 000 the story illustrates, that generosity does not depend on wealth postcolonial experience: narrator: first-generation-immigrant from the Carribean she takes pride in behaving like typical Londoner when she meets Laylor, she realises, that she have the power to help her but ironically decides against it L maybe because of her stereotypical London aloofness (Distanziertheit) The story is linked to postcolonialism by the themes of identity. & belonging Laylor: Seems empowered by her sense of belonging narrator: in contrast she is weakened by her lack of it her ↳she appears to loose her humanity in the end, defeated by continuing struggle to belong She shall not be moved - Shereen Pandit (2005) Summary: • unnamed first-person narrator and her daughter Miriam L> on their to a dance lesson on a cold day in London way • they board a bus • narrator realises that the aisle (Gang ) is blocked by a Somali woman with a pram (Kinderwagen) and a toddler · the seats in the area for prams are taken by two middle- aged white woman ↳ the narrator wants to help the Somali woman by confronting them & asking to make space but they reject the idea, arguing that it will cause a scene and disturb her daughter unnecessarily the bus driver shouts at the woman ordering to fold up the pram • the Somali Woman is very calm Istedfast while she is bullied by the bus-driver and the two women. • a old-white woman gets in the bus, the narrator refuses to give up her seat ↳ she only wants to get up if the two women give up their seat for the Somali woman (Miriam is confused by her behaviour) • Somali woman get's off the bus narrator advises her to report the bus driver ↳ but she replies that she is a slave and not worthy of her attention. · Later: narrator feels guilty and is worried that she's a bad role model for her daughter Topic: racism I woman's failture to speak out against it Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement: question of identity & belonging: narrator: fled to England to avoid political presecution (Verfolgung) • have a strong sense of right & wrong (she also teach her daughter morally correct speak out against wrong-doing. → but the narrator does not →she fails to set a good example for her child her sense of belonging & identity based in part of her values & Ideals · identifying as a person who stands out against racism she may not belong where she felt she did (she act contrary to her teachings) → make an impact of her daughter. inaction → even it goes against her own morals. the Somali woman: • strong sense of identity & belonging · also she is treated of someone who does not belong as "other" experience discrimination & racism • but she is right aware of what's her right · multiculturalism / anti-racism /against injustice the narrator does not speak out when it matters. and neither do any other people on the bus for her daughter a "first lesson" in looking away & ignoring racism postcolonial experience: linked to postcolonialism 1) characters = first-generation immigrant (daughter) = woman with a migration background (Somali) 2) setting = story takes place in the UK (involved in the slave trade 3) title = "She shall Not Be Moved "~≈ "We shall Not Be Moved (African American spiritual used as a protest song during the Civil rights movement in the USA The Third and Final Continent-Thumpa Lahiri (2005) Summary: • narrator lives in London with other Bengalis, studies and begins a career as a librarian (Bibleothekar) 5 years later: job at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston) ↳ but in the same time his marriage was arranged by his older Brother and his wife • future bride / wife : Mala (but he barely know her • then he moves to a private house owned by a old Lady named Mrs. Croft →share respect for one another • the narrator begins to feel protective of her • Mala arrives : they move into a small apartement together ・first: uncomfortable (because they are strangers) ´ at one point they visit Mrs. Croft. first moment of warmth, they begin to grow closer • not long afterwards: Mrs. Croft died narrator is very sad and Mala consoles him strengthening their bond end of the story: happily married, have a son studying at Harvard • narrator still remembers Mrs. Croft Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement: question of identity & belonging: narrator: · live with other Bengalis → have little responsibilitys & enjoy their lives : • not feeling a great need of change Sense of belonging. does not make an effort to fit in or understand British culture •when he moves to Boston: he systematically & purposely learn. & adjust to amarican life Mala: · tries to adapt her behaviour Sharing a life= difficult for them (they barely know each other) · but their trying their best • they dont reject the culture they live in! • they have each other they not experience displacement / lack of belonging : Topic: migration · arranged marriage reasons for migration postcolonial experience: •the story does not give information on political (economic conditions focused on the main character's personal migration. history. • the migration experience is positive The Escape-Qaisra Shahraz (2009) Summary: · about Samir : 73 years old, Pakistani living in the UK • starts of the mosque in Long sight where he is praying for his dead wife • his son dropped him off at the mosque and is supposed to pick him up • he bumps into his old friend Manzoor who invites him to his home but Samir refuses (because he was afraid of old memories) - Samir has a house with 5 bedrooms but his family move out and his wife passed away → his joy has gone. ↳> he seems to be lonely · So Samir announces that he wants to go back to Pakistan for a few month to visit his family. •when he arrived: Samir does not experience the feeling of homecoming he had expected. he realises he has become unfamiliar with his life in Pakistan • he visit his family but the situation is very akward contrary to his initial plans: he leave Pakistan after just he realised that his home is in England a week • he moved to an old people's home, where Samir is happy. and enjoys his life Aspects focused on in the story: Displacement : question of identity & belonging: narrator: ·Samir live in England but has a close link to his country of origin 4 keep up Pakistani traditions he has fostered to belief that Pakistan is the place where he truly belongs • his wife seems to have been fundamental to his sense of belonging lidentity and home · after his death: He longs for an "escape" from England Topic: - searching for a home sense of belonging