The Question and Answer section for Nervous Conditions is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
At the beginning of Nervous Conditions, Tambu sees education as a pathway to financial success, based on the example set by Babamukuru. She describes her uncle's offer to pay for Nhamo's education as "oceanic," since it would "lift our branch of...
Although critics have privileged the interpretations of nervous conditions that focus and emphasise gender struggles, the class and racial narratives of the novel can be said to be the ones through which the gender struggles are mediated.
The question seems to be saying that social class struggles and racial struggles make gender problems less of an issue in the book. You have to agree or disagree with this statement.
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