A Thousand Splendid Suns Analysis

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Abstract women have been living very miserable lives throughout the history somewhere because of gender differences and somewhere base on lame excuses of religion. They do not have equal rights, freedom, opportunities as men and have been suffering gender-based violence perpetuated towards them in the male dominated society. Afghan women show great strength and resistance in the face of adverse circumstances. They have developed traumatic problems and in reaction to their problems, they have grown very resilience to the Afghan tradition and men harsh treatment. The research entitled “Trauma and Resistance of Afghan Women: A Critical Study of Khaled Hosseini’s Novel “A Thousand Splendid Suns”, was intended to critically analyze the novel to explore trauma and resistance of Afghan women. The word trauma is used to describe experiences or situations that are emotionally painful and distressing.
The out come of the study is shown in the following conclusions. First, from analyzing the novel, it shows that Hosseini wants to illustrate his idea about women lives based on gender and social backgrounds in Afghanistan and depicts what life is like for a woman in male dominated society. Second, Hosseini’s novel “A Thousand Splendid Suns” is mirroring the traumatic problems they have developed in reaction to the harsh and cruel treatment of Afghan patriarchal society and the tragedies and difficulties they endured to survive.

Introduction
Khaled Hosseini: a short biography
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