Jamaica Kincaid's short story "Girl" will at first appear to be just another dialog between a grandmother and a granddaughter in which the grandmother is giving the granddaughter age old advice. However, if the story is taken as a whole one can see evidence of this being more of an internal conflict that is taking place between the girl and a superego that consists of all of the different stereotypes of how a woman should act. Upon looking deeper and taking a psychological and feminist interpretation of the short story one can see elements of the superego, ego, and id from a male point of view about women, which in "Girl" suggests that women are to serve men and fall into a certain mold and if not they will be perceived as sluts. The superego, ego, and id play a major roll in the interpretation of this story. The superego in "Girl" is a list of rules and advice that the girl has received over time by many different people. The important thing to notice about the superego in "Girl" is that it is from a male's point of view about how a woman should live her life, and basically show servitude towards men.
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