In Veza Canetti's 'Yellow Street', how are the women portrayed exactly, for example, are the aspects that are typically associated with women (love, family, feminism etc) subverted or...

In Veza Canetti's 'Yellow Street', how are the women portrayed exactly, for example, are the aspects that are typically associated with women (love, family, feminism etc) subverted or conventional?

(I'm aware this question is not about Elias Canetti himself, but he is still related to Veza Canetti, so I am hoping to get an answer here, since eNotes does not have a study guide on her.)

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