EXPLORATION OF FEMINIST CONSCIOUSNESS IN TONI MORRISON’S SULA AND CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS
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Feminism simply is defined as the belief in equality for all the people regardless of their gender. It mainly focuses on women’s issues like gender based violence, sexism, racism and so on. Toni Morrison and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the most eminent African American writers reveal not only about the sufferings and indignity of black women but also the possibility of women to resist the repression. In their novels, they show the originating consciousness among the black women for their own survival. This paper is an attempt to study how both these writers depict female consciousness and also how those women characters become independent and lived a life of their own.
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