Ph.D. Research Scholar,
Department of English, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,
Ananthapur, A.P., India.
**Dr. K. SUNEETHA
Professor of English & Head of the Dept.,
***Dr.V. B. CHITRA
Associate Professor of English and Head of the Dept .Humanities and Sciences,
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,
This research article focuses on Naylor’s novel explores and recast her thoughts in American black society despite the fact that she envisaged the black women whereby to endure suffering in the alpha and omega of The women of Brewster Place, black women consciously destruction by white men in her golden fiction. Naylor could find black women the Achilles Heel, and she supposed to the rivalry for their black identity in the USA. Naylor recalls the xenophobic culture and black women high and dry from their species in hybrid cultural society, and in Brewster Place, characters were all in the same boat. But they would have empowered through female bonding and women bond. Finally, they created another chaos. In this saga seven individual women characters, but each role devastates by love, family, conditions, concealing the complexity of black women lives in Brewster Place. In addition to Naylor establishes black women struggles in the late twenty eras.
Key Words: women bond, gender bias, female bonding, color, unwed mothers, species denial.
WBP (The Women of Brewster Place)