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“SOCIAL ENSLAVEMENT AND SELF-REALIZATION” IN ALICE WALKER’S ‘THE THIRD LIFE OF GRANGE COPELAND’  

*MS.P.ANURADHA                                                                         

PH.D. RESEARCH SCHOLAR                                                                            

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH                                                                

VELS UNIVERSITY                                                                                  

CHENNAI 600117                                                                           

 

**DR.P.SURESH

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

VELS UNIVERSITY

CHENNAI 600117

 

 

 

Abstract

            This research paper focuses on Alice Walker ‘The Third Life of Grange Copeland’, to illustrate, there is a danger to the black male as well in adopting definition of self. It is a critical analysis on the black people oppression, gender discrimination, suppression, and enslavement, behavior of character and self- realization. Grange Copeland, the protagonist of the play, has been poisoned by the effects of the southern sharecropping system. Grange and his son Brownfield get oppressed by the white society, who are the victims of sharecropping system, to take out their frustration they brutalize their women. The black women are oppressed and suppressed in different aspects. The black women, in this novel, is dominated and abused by men of their own community, they were explored as collective voicelessness of African American women.

 

Keywords: Oppression, Enslavement, Self-realization, Black Women, Gender Discrimination…

 

 journal of english

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