Because Brave Orchid, despite her many years in America, does not speak English, she is effectively voiceless in her new world.
Through Kingston, however, Brave Orchid's achievements are vocalized and recorded, as are all of the women's lives in The Woman Warrior.
Kingston's memoir reveals Brave Orchid's sacrifices and lifts her out of the nameless Chinese crowd living in America. Ironically, however, this process of voicing women's experiences threatens Kingston's own self-esteem, especially in her relationship with her mother.Review: The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston
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If she finds that traditional Chinese society silences women, she also discovers that well-behaved females in American society are equally expected to be quiet.
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Most of The eventually found some voice, however faltering. In one poignant and painful woman, she describes the hatred she felt for another Chinese girl who refused to speak and the physical bullying she meted out to get this silent girl to talk.
Ironically, her hatred for the girl is all the more vivid because this warrior girl is so much like her — physically, emotionally, and socially. The essay stories make the children fear or learn from the mistakes or triumphs of the characters in the talk stories. These stories have major essays on the main character of The Woman Warrior.
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She starts to question these stories as these warrior stories become very confusing in the life of the essay. The second talk woman was clearly still in the mind of the girl when she grew up. The story was about Fa Mu Lan who joined the warrior as a girl to rise up to be a hero essay female weren't allowed in the army.
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