This is the scarf the woman uses to attract her nighttime patrons.
The woman is a prostitute, a woman stuck between the daytime and the nighttime.
Although the portrayal of womanhood is different, they share some similarities.
To start with, I would like to express my thoughts about “Night Women”, which has become one of my favorite stories due to its unique language, exquisite metaphors, and powerful message.
For example, one moment the night woman is thinking about a firefly that is buzzing around her house, and the next moment she is likening love to a childhood lesson about shoes.
The use of ephemeral imagery and figurative speech further develops the hazy, dreamlike atmosphere of the story.
During the day she tempts men and at night they come to her house.
In order to keep her activities a secret from her son, the woman put up the curtain to separate his bed from hers.
Her mind jumps from one subject to the next, and she sometimes spirals into tangents.
This is similar to how the content, setting, and/or characters in a dream can quickly change.