Alice Walkers a woman is not a potted plant
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Feb - 19 - 04
Explication of Alice Walkers "a woman is not a potted plant"
Walker writes this poem using a potted plant as metaphor describing a woman's role in the 20th century. The speaker in Walker's poem describes the great depression of women during this point in time, by unfolding the difference between a potted plant and a woman. The 20th century was a time in which women were expected to do as her man said, not as he did. After World Wars I and II the expected roles of men and woman began to change; women began to wake up.
Women started noticing the…
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