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DAUGHTER. An immediate female descendant. See Son.

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Because of her mother's daily inaccessibility and subsequent death, Sethe is denied daughterhood.
Whereas in the immanent Trinity the Son is the "treasurer" of the Holy Spirit (to use a typically Eastern expression), in the economic Trinity the Spirit is always, as Paul says, the "Spirit of sonship" (Romans 8:15) (and daughterhood too), drawing humanity into union, whether hypostatic or nonhypostatic, precisely with the Son.
The failure to consider the complex mother-daughter relationships in The Sound and the Fury," says Trouard, "has effectively nullified motherhood and daughterhood as values" (p.
Ritratti di donne africane), when she focuses on motherhood, daughterhood and fatherhood she selects the most intimate aspects of those relationships.