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The Woman Warrior

The Woman Warrior


by Maxine Hong Kingston

The Woman Warrior: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Kingston is trying to figure out how to be a -> Chinese American
2. The story opens with a -> Sonnet
3. Kingston writes almost exclusively of what? -> Political theory
4. Kingston seems to have a fascination with people who are considered _____. -> Beautiful
5. The "insane" ladies in The Woman Warrior are only deemed insane because they act differently than how others wish they would. Which theme is this? -> Madness