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Independency, Awakening of Female Self-Consciousness and Self-Redemption
—Interpretation of a Thousand Splendid Sun

DOI: 10.4236/als.2019.71002, PP. 15-20

Keywords: Noun Independent, Resistance and Redemption, Oppression and Awakening, Female Self-Consciousness, A Thousand Splendid Sun

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A Thousand Splendid Sun, the novel created by Hossein, presented the complicated experiences of depression, despair, self-redemption of the two heroines in front of the reader. The most moving point of the novel lies in the awakening and rising up and redemption of the two heroines when the world around them totally collapsed. The novel is still very meaningful to those who are seeking happiness and independent.


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