Performing Rights: Women and the Struggle for Rights in Tess Onwueme's What Mama Said and then She Said It

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Abstract

The paper explores the struggle for rights in two plays by Nigerian playwright Tess Onwueme. Both plays focus on the marginalization of women and youth.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 14 2012
EventHuman Rights, Literature and the Visual Arts in Africa and the Diaspora - Dallas, TX
Duration: Apr 14 2012Apr 14 2012

Conference

ConferenceHuman Rights, Literature and the Visual Arts in Africa and the Diaspora
Period04/14/1204/14/12

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