8 edition of The Bride Prize (Harlequin Romance) found in the catalog.
January 1, 2005 by Harlequin .
Written in English
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|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||192|
Oxford Bookworms Library, — her father dies, Aku-nna and her young brother have no one to look after them. They are welcomed by their uncle because of Aku-nna’s ‘bride price’ - the money that her future husband will pay for her. In her new, strange home one man is kind to her and teaches her to become a woman. The Bride Price (Misled Mail Order Brides Book 1) by Ruth Ann Nordin (1) Page 1 Read free online novel - Read free novel.
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The Bride Price by Buchi Emecheta begins in Nigeria—specifically, in Lagos. The events, which move quickly at first, center around the Odia family. Ezekiel and Ma Blackie, the father and mother, have two children: Nna-nndo, a son, and Aku-nna, a daughter.
Aku-nna is the protagonist of The Bride Price. Okonkwo, Ezekiel’s brother, marries Ma Blackie as his fourth wife, according to custom. She soon becomes pregnant and, therefore, happy. Okonkwo wishes to take the higher title of Eze, which will require an expensive sacrifice to the gods, and thinks that Aku-nna’s bride price will.
“ The Bride Price is both a literary achievement and a cry for change in the Hmong community. Bold, witty, and unapologetic, Mai Neng Moua deconstructs and challenges patriarchal traditions and cultural expectations in an attempt to redefine herself as a Hmong daughter, wife, and mother.” Burlee Vang.
The bride The Bride Prize book, a fee that is traditionally paid by the prospective husband's family for the prospective wife, is a theme that weaves its way throughout the novel. Emecheta uses this The Bride Prize book of bride price to literally, as well as symbolically, represent women's submission to men in African culture.
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All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%(). If the bride price was not paid, she would never survive the birth of her first child” (p. Aku-nna’s life is more or less dependent on her greedy uncle’s need for a high bride price since old traditions require women to have no say in their future marital affairs and superstitious beliefs seem to rule their lives.
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Ultimately, her book gets at how universally fraught mother-daughter relationships can be. “The Bride Price: A Hmong Wedding Story,” by Mai Neng MouaAuthor: Mila Koumpilova. Bride price, bridewealth, or bride token, is money, property, or other form of wealth paid by a groom or his family to the family of the woman he will be married to or is just about to marry.
Bride price can be compared to dowry, which is paid to the groom, or used by the bride to help establish the new household, and dower, which is property settled on the bride herself by the groom at the.
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In this novel, she puts to ironic use the African tradition of the groom having to pay a prearranged sum to the bride's parents or close kin inFile Size: KB. The Bride Price is the poignant love story of Aku-nna, a young Igbo woman, and her teacher, Chike, the son of a prosperous former slave.
As their tribe begins to welcome western education and culture, these two are drawn together despite the traditions that forbid them to : George Braziller Inc. Rather than a willing union between a man and woman, marriage is frequently a transaction among families, and the younger the bride, the higher the price she may fetch.
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