“The Foreigner, Sister of the Foreign Woman,” by the
Algerian writer, Assia Djebar.
BOTH OF THE STORIES ARE SHORT THEY’RE NOT FULL BOOKS
In a brief essay, roughly 350-500 words, compare and/or contrast Sirin in this story to the other female lead character you encountered in the fiction story “minutes of glory”
You should develop a proper introduction, body, and conclusion, and your work should focus on a particular aspect upon which you base your comparison contrast (treatment by spouses/partners, roles of religion or spirituality in their lives, etc.)
Please quote the book to show your evidence with page numbers.
The short stories can be found online
preview of the answer..
Women in Africa, just like in other parts of the world have faced several problems in the hands of men. This is based on the fact that traditional beliefs usually imply men to be superior to women. As a result of this, women are usually not empowered, hence required to serve the male members of the society the entire part of their lives.
In the story, ““The Foreigner, Sister of the Foreign Woman,” we are introduced to Sirin, a woman who left Medina to Iraq as a result of her second son. The story goes on to say that it is many years since Sirin voiced her memories in her native language. This aspect implies that she …
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