Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Essay Topic 1

Authors purposefully choose to structure their texts to provide their ideas and themes in an engaging and thorough manner. Adichie chooses to structure her text in letter format. Why do you believe Adichie chose to separate her ideas into a Letter containing Suggestions and how does that help her get her message across?

Essay Topic 2

At the end of the Introduction and beginning of the Letter, Adichie mentions that the most important thing a mother can do is "try." How does she describe the reason that it is the most important and why is it the most influential piece to raising any child?

Essay Topic 3

Suggestion 1 begins by saying that Ijeawele needs to be a full person; she needs to be more than a mother in order to live a whole life. How does one live as a full person?

Essay Topic 4

One point of focus...

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