Essays on Purple Hibiscus
Purple Hibiscus is a novel published in 2003 by the Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It focuses on the emotional transition characteristic to adolescence, on family bonds, and the taste and promise of freedom. Essays on Purple Hibiscus explore the symbolism of nature, various characters and themes (freedom, silence, repression, the relationship between parents and children, the generation gap). It is thus, both an engaging read an and interesting starting point for writing an essay – many students would likely identify with some of these important themes or topics. Note that, regardless of the topic, an essay has to be properly structured, with an introduction, main body, conclusion, and properly structured paragraphs, which connect with the thesis.
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