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The series of letters that Zilia writes to Aza not only serve as a way of expressing her feelings for him, but also as a measure of communicating her growing intellectual maturity. Zilia has not only become enlightened intellectually, but also in matters to do with her relationship with men. Initially Zilia’s identity was wholly defined by the relation she had with Aza. However, towards the end, she adapts to her new culture such that she emerges as an enlightened woman who chooses to live alone as a way of protecting her independence, from subordination and corruption. Nonetheless, she continues to retain ties to her homeland through her idealized picture of Aza despite the fact that, she becomes enlightened “…I may recover from my passion, but I will never have passion for anyone but him” (Grafigny 172).may you never forget your obligation to be my example, my guide, and my support along the path of virtue, and may I never forget mine to maintain your esteem and your love by imita...

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