Purple Hibiscus Despotism Analysis

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The Freedom of Despotism in Chimamanda Adichie’s “Purple Hibiscus” Freedom is considered to be the main value for the people. For centuries they have been struggling for it. Freedom is defined from different aspects, and according to different cultures to another. Some define freedom as a natural right the human being is born with. Everyone wants to be free and independent from others. Freedom is the right to do what one wants, live where he wants, eat what he wants, learns what he wants and chooses the religion in which he believes, without ignoring or harming other rights. The idea behind freedom is to be respectful and useful to our society. Freedom is important to everyone. If someone is deprived from this innate right, he will definitely feel as if he is not a respectful human being. Society is the largest and biggest loser from this lack of creativity firstly, the society rights including national security which is very important. Security is as important as freedom. Our practicing of freedom should never lead to…show more content…
The title of the book itself is a symbol. Then comes the title of both chapter, places, things, person and many more things are symbolic. So, things should be discussed from the beginning, means from the title itself. Purple Hibiscus is the title which is the name of a flower. It grows in Nsukka, in Aunty Ifeoma’s backyard. It is the experimental flower by Philipa, botany lecturer. Red hibiscus is different to it. Every human being has a right to freedom. If this freedom is, however, circumscribed or denied, there is every tendency for one to revolt. And if one revolts, one takes a strong or violent action against one’s offenders. In Purple Hibiscus women relentlessly struggle to achieve the much desired freedom from the clutches of tradition, from socio-political and economic disempowerment of women as well as from male
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