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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:54601
Doc. No:TL24555
Call number:‭MR01066‬
Main Entry:Jean-Baptiste Nzapfakumunsi Mbumburwanze Shamba
Title & Author:La femme africaine face à la phallocratie: Lecture critique d'“Une si longue lettre” de Mariama BâJean-Baptiste Nzapfakumunsi Mbumburwanze Shamba
College:Queen's University (Canada)
Date:2005
Degree:M.A.
student score:2005
Page No:130
Abstract:So long a letter of Mariama Bâ, which received, in 1980, the prestigious Noma Award for Publishing in Africa, describes the life of the Wolof African woman facing a society ruled by male domination. This phallocracy is illustrated, in everyday life, by male dialogue and various social and religious traditional practices, among them polygamy. Contrary to all expectations, it is older women who seem to be the custodians of the phallocratic temple. In order to survive in this misogynist social system, Ramatoulaye and Aïssatou have undertaken a similar quest, but in diverging ways. Whereas Aïssatou rejects completely tradition and polygamy, Ramatoulaye tries to reconcile tradition and modernism. The decisions taken by these two educated women show how complex the question of African women's emancipation is today. This thesis highlights the dichotomy “tradition/modernism” that puts the discourse of African Feminism at the crossroads. (Abstract shortened by UMI.)
Subject:Social sciences; Language, literature and linguistics; French text; Senegal; African literature; Womens studies; 0453:Womens studies; 0316:African literature
Added Entry:A. Hayward
Added Entry:Queen's University (Canada)