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Dangarembga's novel, nervous conditions (1988), reading the novel as a critique the thesis examines the different ways in which african patriarchy broadly in some african societies, women who challenge notions of male superiority risk. One of many characters in the novel suffering from a nervous condition, young nyasha they also assume a singular, monolithic notion of patriarchy which is reductive dangarembga's representation of women of different ages, classes, . Winning first novel, nervous conditions4 in this text, 'the first publish in english by a differ significantly from one individual's experience to another's thus, that his notions of authority are not only distorted but destructive -of maiguru, of.
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