baby suggs passage creates her own identity regardless of what people around

Baby suggs passage creates her own identity

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baby suggs passage- creates her own identity regardless of what people around her would say (name) when they try to get Beloved out of the house, this does not decolonize sethe just remove the evil- this evil has already colonized sethe and the removal of it isn’t a removal of her mental state Third body: community is irrelevant during decolonization, but can help after process is completed Denver gets help from the community after she decolonizes herself Fourth body: Thesis: Sethe does not achieve self-actualization or become decolonized throughout Beloved as an individual, therefore she is unable to be helped by her community. Decolonization is an individual concept and process, only to be achieved through a person’s own mental capacity and can not ensue as a result of community support. Sethe never achieves decolonization as an individual, therefore because this process stems from the individual rather than the community, First Paragraph: In contrast with the opinion of Mary Elliott, Sethe never becomes decolonized because she never recognizes her own identity. Second Paragraph: Decolonization stems from the individual rather than the community and can only be achieved through personal reflection, not communal support. Third Paragraph:
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