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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS 0F AFRICANA WOMEN'S CONCEPTIONS OF MARRIAGE IN AMA ATA AIDOO'S CHANGES: A LOVE STORY. (1991)
Volume-1: Issue-1 (November, 2018)
Contemporary African women writers shift from a "deconstruction" project to a larger "reconstruction" of the society through modern females' life and experiences. Wilson-Tag asserts that African women's writings are marked by gender perspectives that are mediated by history, culture and class (Wilson-tagoe: 1997:14). This article depicts the African women, with western education, who exercise a measure of authority over their bodies in their marriages. Feminists' theories inherited from westerndoi:10.36099/ajahss.3.6.5 fatcat:cu4sntanyffoxd65yqrwdkufsu