“WE ARE ALL CREATED IN GOD’S IMAGE”We can see how the author completely destroyed the idea of a white, omnipotent God in this religious illustration. The picture demonstrates the humanity and the majesty of black women.The words of DuBois in his article regarding the Negro Criteria must be taken into consideration, even though this image may be shocking in a religious sense. Beauty has no rules, at all. Like women, Afro-Americans have fought for equality for years and decades. In this work of art, the polar opposite of what has been transmitted—a white man to a black woman—is depicted. Feminism and races gain global cultural representation in opposition to the patriarchy, the macho, and the white society. The fact that we were made in God’s likeness need not exclude women or non-White people from society. By exposing a contentious aspect of reality, this image disrupts social norms and stands in opposition to the oppression of the state and patriarchy. The opposite of what has been transmitted—from a white man to a black woman—is depicted here; instead of a white man serving as humanity’s cornerstone, we have a black woman who is a rebellious and revolutionary work of art. Feminism and races gain global cultural representation in opposition to the patriarchy, the macho, and the white society.


It is a great representation of a generation concerned with issues of sexual orientation and race. The work combines verbal and visual language in an effort to represent the experiences caused by racial and gender oppression in American society. In addition, it strives to provide black women with references that were once part of African-American culture.
In the image we see a black woman looking in the mirror, but what we see in the mirror is not her reflection, but as if she were a black fairy godmother. She cannot see herself in the mirror because she is socially conscious. 
The mirror is seen as the rest of the patriarchal and racist society that divides societies by status and race.
What can be read at the bottom of the image is nothing more than her conscience. She is aware that she is not a first class citizen like a white American man might be; she is not even part of society. She is a woman and she is also black, so she speaks the pressure of society, the social pressure on the canon of beauty because black skin for society is not synonymous with beauty. 

 Then I found.. This text contains criticism of how a work is taught or read, linking the work to its author.
The author in this instance is tired of having her work and personal life discussed in public. The work exists as such after it has been written by the author, the importance is not to relate the content of the work to the experiences or life of the author. So it exists regardless of the identity, gender or status of the writer.We can see a discern image contrary to what Marxist and psychoanalytical critics might assert. They argue that the work is as it is because of the author’s personal traits, her experiences, and a long list of unrelated, unrelated factors.However, this work would be defended by the New Critics who deny influence with what is outside the work, though defended by the author of this 1.

In this suggested text different female authors are mentioned in order to offer different points of view and writing styles.
Mary Ellmann’s characteristics are described at the beginning of the text; according to the author, determinism is not considered in her works; she does not focus on the biological differences between men’s and women’s writing. Since no one is born female or male, gender is considered a cultural and political issue in feminist literary criticism.
According to Ellmann, the permanent authority of the patriarchal state defines the male voice. Mary Ellmann argues that writing is not equal because of biology but because of culture, rejecting essentialism’s claim that there are biological differences in writing and arguing for the equality of authors. In the ideology of patriarchy, distinctions are also maintained in criticism: men are seen as distinct individuals, while women are seen as a collective.
Reading De Beauvoir, Mary Ellmann is said to be surprised by how masculine she writes and how Norman reaffirms feminine writing. Feminine and masculine writing according to some schools for which the author is differentiated by different styles, while men follow a patriarchal and authoritarian style, 


Death of the author-There are several distinctive features in this passage from The Death of the Author. Once the author has finished, the work no longer belongs to him; it has only a life of its own. The author of the text must not be identifiable in the text.
A critic wants to be an interpreter by making himself indispensable between the book-reader connection; what he achieves, however, is to distort the reading. For him, the meaning and content of the work can be found both inside and outside the text and the space it occupies. However, in this work, we can see how the author emphasises the importance of criticism, which requires a complete knowledge of the author in order to understand and find the coherence of the work.The author of this work defends the lack of relation between the two against schools such as Marxist and psychoanalytic criticism that argue that a writer’s social class and prevailing ideology have a significant impact on what he or she writes.After finishing the book, the author no longer sees himself as a person and his work no longer belongs to him.

Toas Beef- It is a type of modern avant-garde work that is difficult to understand.
In relation to this text I will describe the characteristics that are reflected according to each school:
In relation to feminism this work is elusive, it makes a play on words which defines the feminist type of writing. It shows how a woman can write in an artistic way and not in a patriarchal way; moreover, it makes a contribution to the role of a woman author: it is an innovative text. 
On the Marxist critique, this kind of avant-garde writing goes against the discourse of the Leninist system, so it is positive because it goes against the system. 
Psychoanalysts value these texts because they are not textually clear, they bring out the unconscious. It is written while dreaming so it does not show censorship.
As a conclusion we can say that this unconventional text is applauded by the three schools that are against the system: Feminism is against the patriarchal system, Marxism is against logic and Marxism is against the political and social state.