Women & Society

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  • Women and Society Comparison
    • Women's Sacrifices
      • Motherhood
        • Laila marrying Rasheed to protect Aziza
        • Caring for Sorrow
      • Love
      • Freedom
        • Laila marrying  Rasheed
        • Working for the D'Urbervilles
      • Body
        • Becomes pregnant by ****
        • Laila is forced to sleep with Rasheed
    • Women's Oppression
      • Marriage
      • Society
        • Taliban Rules
        • Sorrow
      • Men
        • Expect women to obey and serve
      • Religion
        • Tess cannot baptise Sorrow
        • Women's rules from the Taliban
    • Women's relationship with men
      • Abused
      • Real Love
        • Angel
        • Tariq
      • Controlled
        • Rasheed doing Mariam a 'service'
        • Alec buying things for the Durbeyfields
    • Women's Experience of Suffering
      • ****
      • Masculine Power
        • Alec thinks Tess is his
        • Rasheed owns both women
      • Loss of family
        • Joan threatening Tess
        • Babi and Nana
      • Societal Power
        • **** is Tess' fault
        • Women are property of their husband
    • Men's Treatment of Women
      • Abuse
        • Alec ignores his actions
        • Rasheed is a pig
      • Patriarchy
        • Women are their husbands property
      • Equal
        • Angel
        • Tariq

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