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Well one of the central themes of this great novel is Davita's struggle to form her own female identity in a religion that is patriarchal at its heart and treats women as subordinate beings. Therefore, the way in which the novel charts Davita's struggles to form her own identity against...

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Well one of the central themes of this great novel is Davita's struggle to form her own female identity in a religion that is patriarchal at its heart and treats women as subordinate beings. Therefore, the way in which the novel charts Davita's struggles to form her own identity against this backdrop demonstrates the sexism women face in some orthodox religious circles.

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