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Annotated Outline: Meridian I. Alice Walker’s Meridian forms a feminist critique of the social conditions during the 1960s. At this point in time, women were discouraged from gaining any form of independence or individualism. Walker utilizes her novel to express her discontent of women’s subservient position. T hrough the use of characterization and symbolism Walker is able to reflect the treatment of women. The protagonist, Meridian Hill, does not conform to the idealistic views of women, instead she sets to pursue what pleases herself. Lynne Rabinowitz attempts to venture the same route as Meridian, however, her gender and race prohibit any progression. Trueman Held exemplifies the ubiquitous nature of sexism. The Sojourner Tree offers a symbolic portrayal of the women’s struggles. Meridian demonstrates how a woman’s strength during this era rendered no assistance for progress. The misogynistic
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