Gail Wallace's Summary

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Gail Wallace completed a research experiment with several African-American women about their experiences of oppression. A theme that occurred throughout the women’s interviews was how they did not associate themselves with the victim role (286). The commonality between those women, can reflect Esi and Opokuya in their given circumstances because with the effort being put into trying to balance their lives, they do not complain about how tough the circumstances are. Modernity is challenging for Esi and Opokuya because their “husbands are impervious to their feminist thinking” and have no sympathy towards their daily challenges (Curry 180). Ginette Curry includes an interview with Ama Ata Aidoo regarding Changes, about the desire to have a life,
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