Women’s Alliance against Oppressions for Recovery from Trauma in the Color Purple
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African women have long been the victims in the patriarchal society, living miserably in and out of their family. They are treated as the “mule” working hard and silently without any respect or dignity. Feminists are trying to wake up their life consciousness and improve their social status by encouraging women to send out their voice widespread and struggle for equal rights in various ways. This essay aims to present different actions taken by black women in the process of struggle for recovery from traumatic experiences in the novel The Color Purple.
Alliance; Oppression; Recovery; Trauma