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Travelling in Europe, she studied and worked at improving the feminine condition of her times.
It is the first field and often the last where women seek the answers to the puzzles of the feminine condition.
Their feminine condition did not impair their abilities to meet the challenge.
Paroma examined the feminine condition in modern-day India from different perspectives.
This text finely evokes the paradoxes of the feminine condition:
Nevertheless, the feminine condition was not then among his priorities and one finds in his actions the same political ambiguity as that which existed with Bourguiba.
For Octavio Paz, La Malinche was "the cruel incarnation of the feminine condition."
With the football commentaries of Alan Green, a man who might have been born to disprove Freud's theory that hysteria is a solely feminine condition?
The feminine condition is an area in which Tunisia under Bourguiba, as under Ben Ali, can claim its distinctiveness.
In several of his speeches, memory of her returned and the exhaustion born of the double function of the spouse and the mother contributed to his denunciation of the feminine condition in traditional Tunisian society.
Although his declaration can be considered sincere-other expositions indeed demonstrate a certain hostility to the period's domestic tradition-it is to be recalled that his mother's memory played no fundamental role in his political positions concerning the feminine condition during the French protectorate.
The feminine condition- The condition of the woman is treated throughout the novel both on the individual level (in the lives of Rose-Anna and her daughter Florentine) and universally when Rose-Anna identifies with women across the world who are affected by the senselessness of war.
Depicting a realistic picture of the evolution of Québecois society, the feminine condition and the emancipation of women, Avec un grand A and Parler pour Parler would prove a focal point for television, and an important landmark for actors and for Bertrand - icon, mentor and popular educator.