Ghosts in "The Woman's Warrior" Analytical Essay by crown

Ghosts in "The Woman's Warrior"
An examination of the concept of ghosts in Maxine Hong Kingston's novel "The Woman's Warrior."
# 9081 | 1,435 words | 1 source | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 02, 2003 in Literature (American) , English (Analysis)

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Chinese-American authors have played a very influential role in highlighting the atrocities of their native culture and in illustrating the problems that immigrants encounter when they move to the United States. The paper looks at the writings of Maxine Hong Kingston who termed all her problems and various cultural, ethnic and cultural obstacles as "Ghosts" in her novel, "The Woman Warrior." This paper delves deeper into the subject of ghosts and explains what ghosts represented in this novel.

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