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How are the women presented in the stories "Veronica" and "Country Lovers"?
The stories, "Veronica" and "Country Lovers" both present women in much the same ways. This is that women are seen as inferior, and are controlled by men. This is shown by not letting the women have a chance to speak, by showing that the women are dominated by the men and by showing that women stay at home and do domesticated jobs.
In "Country Lovers", Thebedi is shown to be inferior to Paulus; "He told her, each time when they would meet again". This clearly shows that Paulus has all of the power in the relationship and is controlling the inferior woman. The phrase also shows that Th…
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