OPPRESSOR - OPPRESSED in African American Culture

S. S. Soundarya • K. Nagarathinam

Abstract

The aim of the study is to portray that though we are in modern world. The existing of racism and female domination is still on real lives. The inequality exists between the haves and have not's. Women is always definite not only in relation to man but as dependent on man and secondary to him. The discrimination begins right from her childhood as she is treated differently. Male superiority is inculcated in her. The problem of oppressor in the African-American context is very much live, causing the frustration. Here the frustration of Women also pronounced by making them worst affected and exploited. Equality and justice for all remains a dream only, as long as oppression exists in any form.

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International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences

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