Kwaio women answers - – Cause all the expectations and...

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TOPIC: Kwaio women / tough life MODE: Expository METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT: Examples of their lives on a day to day basis - may walk on certain trails may not enter a man’s house tend gardens carry heavy containers of supplies raise families raise pigs (prized possessions) Informative process explains how their lives are continual drudgery explains how they live day to day Cause and effect
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Unformatted text preview: – Cause: all the expectations and jobs Effect: life of drudgery Cause: in spite of inequities Effect: harbor no resentment Comparison – men’s life to the women’s life arms and legs are like bands of steel Classification Owing to their low status - just above the village pigs -MAIN IDEA : The life of the Kwaio women is full of subservience and hard labor....
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