|Title||:||She No Longer Weeps|
|Number of Pages||:||59|
She No Longer Weeps Reviews
Strange how when a book is published in Africa (generally) it is rare indeed for it to be celebrated; for scholars, critics reviews etc to focus on the work trenchantly. But one would expect any work by Tsitsi Dangaremgba to be a rave, even if it is early work, and first issued in Africa. After all, Dangarembga is one of the all time female greats of African literature. But She no longer weeps hardly garners any attention compared to the great novels of the author. Shame, perhaps. Africa has a n [...]
Darangarembwa vividly portrays African women who instead of enjoying their womanhood are enduring. The masterpiece grotesquely lampoons all the detrimental forces surrounding the emancipation of women. It also exposes women's resilience, steadfastness and stoicism in a patriarchal society.
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