African patriarchal society where women are insubordinate by men Mukkamala

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African patriarchal society where women are insubordinate by men ( Mukkamala & Suyemoto, 32-45) . While the culture where women are treated as a less human being may be thought to have faded with women empowerment in the twenty-first Century; it is unfortunate that some societies still use women as tools for war and other antisocial vices. The horrific acts of women
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Surname 2 insubordination override aspects of love expressed by the Christian community both in the play and in real life. How the two Theatre Forms or Dramas have enriched the World Theatre and Drama into the Future for the Global Community in the 21st Century. The two plays have greatly enriched the world theatre and drama for the 21st-century community by communicating the theme of feminism and gender-based discrimination that continues to affect the global society in the modern era. Apparently, literature serves as the mirror for society and hence, theatric works that communicate the underlying issues in contemporary society play a great role in enhancing the relevance of the world theatre ( Nottage, 1-3) . The two works communicate the negative implications of women insubordination and hence, serve as enlightenment tools for the society. For instance,
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  • Spring '19
  • Thomas Meade
  • Sociology, Theatre, Human sexual behavior, 21st century, child sexual abuse

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