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Literature is a reliable source in the social history of the contemporary world. Female voices in the current society take up a deep voice and a meaningful view, as they are recognized to be the public subject. Adriana Lisboa in her novel Symphony in White discusses the abuse of children and the violence meted out by them in the society. The novel also focuses on how the girl children suffer due to the harassment within their family circle, which results in failure. The present paper analyses how oppression leads to silence which ultimately destructs life.


 

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G.B. Mary Berifin, & J.Chitta. (2020). Unvoiced Traumas: Silence and Oppression in Adriana Lisboa’s Symphony in White. History Research Journal, 5(6), 2698-2702. Retrieved from https://journals.eduindex.org/index.php/hrj/article/view/16867