Purple Hibiscus is a very famous novel. Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has written. Purple Hibiscus was first published in the year 2003 by Algonquin Books. The novel was set in postcolonial Nigeria, a country where there is economic and political instability. The major character of the novel is Kambilit Achike, a young 15 years old girl. You can read the review and download Purple Hibiscus PDF at the end.
Purple Hibiscus Review:
Kambili Achike was from a wealthy family but she was dominated by her devoutly Catholic father known by the name of Eugene. Eugene was both religious zealot and violent in Achike household, towards his wife and her brother to beatings and psychological cruelty. Firstly, The story of the novel is from the perspective of Kambili’s eyes in which she presents the disintegration of her family unit along with her struggle in the way of maturity. The main focus of the novel is the time that Kambili and her brother spent in the house of their father’s sister, Ifeoma, and with her three children.
Purple Hibiscus PDF Features:
The following are some of the major features of Purple Hibiscus PDF.
- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has written it.
- The book is in simple English language so its easier for the readers to understand it.
- The novel comes under the genre of Tragedy.
- Purple Hibiscus published in the year 2003.
- The novel contains a total of 36 pages.
- Readers loved to read this novel.
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