Arode Secre
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is religion the major theme in purple hibiscus?

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Aida I wouldn't say it's a major focus. Rather, it's a driving force for the parent who shapes a control over a family, all in the name of religion. There are several underlying themes in this book yet one seems to stand out the most. (Once you get past Part 1, It becomes a pretty quick read.)
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Ariel I wouldn't call religion a theme although it figures prominently. Religion is a significant part of how the characters express themselves and their approach to life.
'Tosin Sokoya partially, the book isn't focused on religion but it does get referred to frequently. hope this helped
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