Feminism is considered as one of the important areas in the world literature. Several long years ago, writers have created the women characters as in the traditional sense that how women should be and not to be. Most often they have given only the inferior roles to the women in the literature, as wives, daughters and mothers. These stereotypical images simply reflect only the traditional images of women both in the family and in the society. The writers are not involved themselves to project the self awareness and self realization of woman characters in the story. Thus this present paper takes this as its focal point to derive how the female author Alice Walker is engaged her to portray the self realization and self awareness of her protagonist, Celie in her novel The Color Purple. Furthermore, the key steps and methods used by Alice Walker to derive the real awareness of her protagonist in her significant work The Color Purple is also discussed and brought to light.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 8

Page(s): 54 - 56
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