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The setting shows a point in time when the black women faced oppression their black husbands. The reason behind the oppression is the frustration caused to their husbands by the whites who discriminated against them. Walker who is the writer of the script builds the woman character in the movie from a physical and psychologically abused perspective to an independent and strong person. Walker represents a period in which she was a victim of oppression and she became a feminist fighting for the rights of women at this time though his writings of novels and poems.
In conclusion, the movie accurately represents a period during which the oppression of the women more especially the black Americans was on the rise. During the time of the movies, the women were in slavery and this is shown through the effort of all the female characters to find liberation. The women are inferior to men and they have are prone to sexual, physical and psychological
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It was his first term of office, less than 50 years old, and represented youthful energy and vigor, which deeply engaged the sentiments of the American people (Sheatsley & Feldman, 1964). Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested by Dallas police on charges of murder soon after the assassination, but a nightclub proprietor named Jack Ruby shot and killed Lee Harvey on 24th November in presence of over seventy law enforcement officials, an event witnessed by millions on live television (Kurtz, 1982).
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