feminism in the bride price


















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The Bride Price - An African feminist young adult novel is a critical study of Buchi Emecheta's The Bride Price, a masterpiece and classic of African and World children's and young adult literature.


Feminist Vengesai Wants Bride Price Outlawed. In African Children's and Youth Literature in the Twayne's World Authors series, Osayimwense osa devoted a chapter of discussion to The Bride Price.



The Bride Price - An African feminist young adult novel is a critical study of Buchi Emecheta's The Bride Price, a masterpiece and classic of African and World children's and young adult literature. It’s dangerous on so many levels.





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Chimamanda, your culture is Igbo and in the same Igbo culture, if the same marriage that was contracted on bride price is to be dissolved, then, the same bride price must be returned without any reduction on it, to show a total divorce (For those who believe in divorce anyways).














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Those who are pricing their daughters in thousands and millions, what is that money to be compared to your daughter’s life. You’re just giving out in marriage. She is still and remains your daughter.

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In my opinion I think we should just get rid of the whole idea of money.

So, if bride price is a purchasing Price, why won’t the woman’s People deduct some money from it, at the point of divorce, at least to cover for her depreciation in the Man’s hand whilst being his wife.

I returned it.