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Feminist Aesthetics in Neshani Andreas' The Purple Violet of Oshaantu and Binwell Sinyangwe's A Cowrie of Hope.

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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION      

  Man  has  often  been  the  very  type  of  humanity  that  is  recognized.  Every society sees woman as relative to man. The patriarchal system gave rise  to  the  term  feminism.  From  time  immemorial  women  have  been subjugated, oppressed and humiliated. Women have been seen as a second, a wife and rearer of children and nothing more.        Feminism  as  an  advocate  for  the  emancipation  of  women  from oppression  comes  in  to  loosen  the  grip  of  culture  and  political  norms restricting women. It portrays womanhood in a struggle for self-liberation, independence and courage for self and societal growth. Through feminism the societal roles imposed on women are brought to light. These roles have restricted women from discovering their true selves and potentials.        However,  Neshani  Andreas’s  The  Purple  Violet  of  Oshaantu  and Binwell  Sinyangwe’s  A  Cowrie  of  Hope  work  hand  in  hand  with  the ideology of  feminism in  examining  the oppression  and the  struggle of the African  woman  and  promoting  the  awareness  of  female  educational development  as  a  tool  for  the  enhancement  of  the  socio-political  and economic  empowerment  of  the  African  woman.  African cultures have always subjected women to oppression, depression, undue victimization and suppression.  Feminism makes explicit the idea that African culture is the platform on which patriarchy manifests. It aims at identifying the loopholes in African culture and the society at large.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Title page                                                                           

i Certification                                           

ii Dedication    

 iii Acknowledgement                           

 iv Table of contents                               

v-vii  CHAPTER ONE 

Introduction 

Women in the society 

Feminism

Feminism in Africa 

Theoreticalframe work 

Biographyof Neshani Andreas Biography of Binwell Sinyangwe 

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

Introduction

Review of existing Literature

CHAPTER  THREE:  FEMINIST  AESTHETICS  IN  THE  PURPLE VIOLET  OF OSHAANTU 

Introduction

Plot  of  The  Purple  Violet  of  Oshaantu

Image  of  Womanhood  in  The  Purple  Violet  of  Oshaantu Feminist  tendencies  in  The  Purple  Violet  of  Oshaantu 

The Modern  Female  Character 

CHAPTER FOUR:  FEMINIST  AESTHETICS  IN  A  COWRIE  OF HOPE

Introduction 

Plot of  A  Cowrie  of  Hope 

Image of  Womanhood  in  A  Cowrie  of  Hope

Motherhood  in  A  Cowrie  of  Hope The  Modern  Female  Character 

CHAPTER FIVE 

Conclusion

Works cited 

 

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