Postmodern Feminist Writers by W.S. Kottiswari

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The Rubber Broad is more like it - her and her pneumatic tits" (Bride 295 ). To Charis she is like the figure of Jezebel in the Old Testament. Charls used to choose revelatory passages from the Bible at random a nd when she confronts Zenia, she connects her to J e zebel. "She realized it as soon as she got up , as soon as she stuck her daily pin into the Bible. It picked out Revelations seventeen, the chapter about the Great Whore" (Bride 420 ). Tony, on the other hand , always associates Zenia with war and courage.

Which was to establish the authenticity of ~lack women's true self by placing her life in the context of black cultur~ and community. The African American women's literary tradition took a qualitative leap into the worlds of ontological transmutation of black women's existential conditions in America with Paule Marshall's first novel Brown Girl, Brownstones (1981). Marshall's women speak to their own self and try to articulate that self with a great force. During the sixties there was a perceptible change in the attitude of writers On account of the black women's renaissance initiated by Paule Marshall.

When she becomes pregnant with Nate's Child, her perspective on life changes and also her perspective on history. As Howells puts it, her fantasy far from being merely escapist or recreational, is a continuous reminder of the origins of human s pecies and of the possibility of savagery latent within the conventions of civilized life. han of the moral evolution of the human race. (101) Elizabeth, however, stands alone but survives the danger of being sucked into the black vacuum. She gains confidence as she stands watching a picture.

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