My Ssec Capstone Project Intertextual reference

Intertextual reference

Intertextual reference, to gone with the wind “As God is my witness, “I’ll never be hungry again”. Gwen’s life has been controlled by her wish to “never be hungry again”, so much so that she has disregarded her connections with her family and those around her. He result is that she is prejudiced towards others who are not part of her plan to never go hungry. She calls Tom a “foulmouthed little English chum” because she sees her broke past in Tom; her upkeep has formed her views of the world and of others.
Repetition of “never”, “sacrificed! Gone without. Gone through privation so what occurred to us will never occur to you. The audience discovers that Gwen has skilled privation in her life and that she does not want the same for Meg. The record of these privations and the repetition of “never” emphasises this desire. However, Gwen must take her discovery that she cannot plan her daughter’s life just because she is discontented with her own, and this discovery is a demanding one.