Essay heading: "Women belong to men, and a man's a man even if he's decrepit." Discuss Mahjoub's statement with regards to season of Migration to the North

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As a result of her inability to bear a child, Bint Majzoub was able to freely converse with the men of the village. The notion that women belong to men, is a statement indicative of a female's vulnerability. At many times within the novel, the idea that women are weak and feeble creatures is portrayed, "I imagined Hosna Bint Mahmoud?being the same woman?wide-open thighs...
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At many times within the novel, the idea that women are weak and feeble creatures is portrayed, "I imagined Hosna Bint Mahmoud?being the same woman?wide-open thighs." And "I pictured Hosna Bint Mahmoud? a woman in her thirties, weeping?" Both quotes show the reader how the narrator viewed women as meagre creatures...
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