From this paper, it is clear that having the feeling of being free, she sees nothing wrong in leaving Bud and go to California. Until this very moment, she has been serving the duty towards the other people, but now she has come to the understanding that she has to think about herself first. In this connection, the woman stresses, “The moment I have dreamed a thousand times finally arrives” (Mukherjee, 1999, p. 237).&nbsp.From this paper, it is clear that having the feeling of being free, she sees nothing wrong in leaving Bud and go to California. Until this very moment, she has been serving the duty towards the other people, but now she has come to the understanding that she has to think about herself first. In this connection, the woman stresses, “The moment I have dreamed a thousand times finally arrives” (Mukherjee, 1999, p. 237).&nbsp.This paper makes a conclusion that I should point out that Bharati Mukherjee’s novel Jasmine should be first of all regarded as a movement of a young woman’s life towards an understanding of her true self. Jasmine’s life in the Indian village, as well as her journey to the United States, show that it is hard to be a woman, it is twice as hard to be an immigrant woman. Still, she proves that it is possible despite all the difficulties. Thus, even when Jasmine goes through the worst life experiences, she is still capable of coming through the obstacles appearing on her way, achieving self-awareness, overthrowing the past life by breaking stereotypes and ignoring the existing social order and other people’s expectations. At every step she makes, Jasmine appears to be a winner. In such a way, the woman does not give the obstacles the permit to let her down, realizes he dreams as well as finds her place in the society. To me, she is a perfect example of a true feminist fighting every life’s challenge in order to live a happy life in the society that sometimes can be cruel.

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