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Emotional Tug-Of-War in Angela Carter's Short Pants Back in Angela Carter's collections of short stories Saints and Strangers (1985) and The Bloody Chamber (1979) that the heroines of every narrative's identity plays a role in the psychological standing the characters become manipulated into by the protagonist or antagonist in each narrative. Many of the stories from The Bloody Chamber focus on the Thought of liminality. By this, the heroines display qualities of personalities in the countries of being concurrently, meaning their identities have been tested and manipulated. Both of these halves of those liminal being will split at each other so that one may dominate over the other, since the contradicting identities can not appear to co-exist while still being entire. In among the more important short tales from Saints and Strangers, The Fall River Axe Murders such as: Lizzie Borden's individuality of being either a sensitive introverted woman versus one of quite sociopathic and manipulative traits has been challenged by the stalks of nature inside her broken family. At The Bloody Chamber, the narrator is a youthful seventeen year-old pianist who is transitioning from childhood to womanhood while being continuously challenged by her new husband to disobey him so she could be "penalized". Carter's writing style is well known for it's ability to bring to light the emotional tug-o-war in which all of the characters in her short stories fight to triumph against themselves. In the her short story collections Saints and Strangers (1985) as well as The Bloody Chamber (1979), Carter accentuates the shadowy foils of the youth legends and myths along with her various styles of integrating how the liminality of somebody's individuality plays a part into showing the psychological elements of their charac...