The Other, Power and the Criticize Human Tool: Meaning of Bakery in Novel Entitled The Wizard of Bakery

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Orawan Rithisrithorn

Abstract

This paper aimed to study the meaning of bakeries in novel entitled The Wizard of Bakery by Gu Byeong-mo on the following points: 1) bakeries as the other 2) bakeries as power 3) bakeries as the criticize human tool. The results revealed that  1) bakeries are defined as the other by making to strange and making to sacred 2) bakeries were the representation of power which there were two characteristics, the making happiness power ,solving problem and protection, and the harming others power. 3) bakeries  are the criticize human tool which there were two characteristics: they show that human unable to manage the problem situation and that human fragile. In summary this paper revealed that The Wizard of Bakery presented the meaning of bakeries which connects food, the other, power and the criticize human

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Rithisrithorn, O. (2022). The Other, Power and the Criticize Human Tool: Meaning of Bakery in Novel Entitled The Wizard of Bakery . Wiwitwannasan Journal of Language and Culture, 6(2), 197–209. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wiwitwannasan/article/view/256295
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Book Review

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