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GENDER INEQUITY AND PATRIARCHAL DOMINANCE IN AFRICAN LITERATURE

Tippabhotla Vyomakesisri,

M.A English literature,

Osmania University

 

 

Abstract

This paper aims at study gender inequity and patriarchal dominance in African literature. The paper tries to explore the views of some writers on gender discrimination and stereotype roles. Revisiting the African literature throws light that traditions and customs supported dominating role of male and submissive role of women. As a result the males enjoyed more rights than the female gender.

journal of english

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2017-11-30T09:02:27+00:00
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