Feminism In Woman Hollering Creek

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Feminism in “Woman Hollering Creek” “Woman Hollering Creek” is a story that tells the unfortunate tale of domestic abuse that many women face today. Readers get a first hand look at the mindset behind a woman facing serious domestic abuse. While many may argue that the author, Sandra Cisneros, portrayed Cleofilas as weak or timid, she is in fact an incredibly strong person in her given situation. In the final section of the story the audience is shown that Cleofilas was facing horrific abuse by her husband, possibly for a long period of time, through the eyes of her doctor. Yet when she is given the option of suicide, as shown on page 225 paragraph 30, when Cleafilas is being called to by La Llorona while by the creek, she does not take the

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