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Alice Walkers a Woman Is not a Potted Plant
Women are more than just potted plants. A Woman should be able to go out in the society and work a on a job and not be judged by her sex or race. A woman should be able to earn the same amount of pay as a man and not be treated as an alien. What makes women so different than men when we eat the same foods, drink the same water, cry the same tears and bleed the same blood? In order for the traditional role between man, country and mother versus woman to evolve, a change in society must occur. Walker says " a woman / is wilderness / unbounded," and this line of poetry shows a woman's freedom of self, independence, individuality and equality to man, mother, country and sex (ll.29-31).…
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