oa Alternation - Looking at Women: Feminist Perspectives and Concerns in Three Xhosa Poems1

Volume 3, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1023-1757



Elaborating, however, on her argument that there is nevertheless a 'strong fundamental case' for feminism, she says the basic reason is 'that women suffer from systematic social injustice because of their sex'. Despite the many forms of feminism, there is one recurrent motif that runs through virtually all feminisms to confront various forms of patriarchy. Greene and Kahn (1985:2) state:

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