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  1. Compare and contrast Tituba and John Indian as characters in the Maryse Conde’s I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem. Consider their relationship with one another, as well as the strategies they deploy in their attempts to resist racist and patriarchal oppression.

2.Maryse Conde uses the narrative voice and perspective of her female protagonist, Tituba, to expose, reflect on and critique the injustices in her society. A central target of critique is the oppression and persecution suffered by women who don’t conform to the narrow roles prescribed for them by the patriarchal society in which they live. Use this theme as the basis for an analysis of I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem.

3.. Maryse Conde’s I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem returns to the past to retell as fiction an important historical event (the Salem Witch Trials) from an imaginary perspective not previously heard—that of Tituba, the only black slave woman to be tried and convicted of witchcraft in Salem. What is the effect(s) of this fictional retelling of history from Tituba’s perspective?



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