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Essay heading: "The Joys of Motherhood" Response
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The more children the better for a woman's reputation, but it also becomes increasingly hard to provide for them all. This was the primary conflict which tormented Nnu Ego throughout the story. At the beginning of the story she wants nothing more than a child, both for herself and to fulfill her perceived role as a child-bearer...
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At the beginning of the story she wants nothing more than a child, both for herself and to fulfill her perceived role as a child-bearer. When her first born later dies she is so crushed that she attempts suicide. Later in the book, when she has 7 children to call her own, her life looks even more hopeless than in the beginning...
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