Liminality space in-between: a feminist evaluation of primordial and modern polarities of the woman's journey in the Nigerian novel
Alkali, Muhammad and Talif, Rosli and Wan Yahya, Wan Roselezam and Mohd Jan, Jariah (2014) Liminality space in-between: a feminist evaluation of primordial and modern polarities of the woman's journey in the Nigerian novel. 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature, 20 (1). pp. 129-142. ISSN 0128-5157
Official URL: http://ejournals.ukm.my/3l/article/view/3775
The option offered by the modern polarity feminist is not with the intent of sounding like magic, but it largely guarantees the disheartened opposite sex to get pretty impressive results with minimal intervention, resulting in relationship satisfaction, intimacy, love, passion, commitment, and trust. In fact, it can boast of decline in marital dissatisfaction as entirely eliminated, although there could be exceptions. This nego-feminist framework is heard throughout the paper interrogating primordialism on womanhood in Nigerian novels into those with opposition motifs to modern streaks which guarantee lively-partnership. The evaluation shows that women generally can reap maximally from the nego-feminist frame.
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