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Half the Sky by Nicholas D. Kristoff and Sheryl WuDUNN A Book Review by Name of Student Name of University June 01, 2010 Vintage Books 320 pages Reprint edition Brief Synopsis of the book Half the Sky by Nicholas D. Kristoff and Sheryl WuDUNN is a book that talks about the Oppression of the female gender in the developing world and the need to fight against the evil that has been meted against women.
They conducted interviews with some of these women and relates the ordeals of these women to their esteemed readers. The prevalent cases of trafficking in some of these developing countries were also discussed and the health risk that, these women could likely face because of the many dangers they are exposed to. The extent at which, the culture, education, politics, and environment of an individual affects their health was also discussed in the book. The authors also urged their readers to make bold steps in nipping these problems highlighted in the bud, before it eats deep into the society. Half the Sky Book Review What the book is about Half the Sky is about the persistent oppression of women in the developing world and the crusade against this violation of human rights (Kristoff & WuDUNN, 2010). The book advocates for the right of the women as the authors urges their esteemed readers to join the crusade against the continual oppression of women in the developing world. The authors take the readers through the struggles of women under these inhumane conditions and dire circumstances (Kristoff & WuDUNN, 2010). The book also takes a critical look at the life of some women that succeeded under these harsh conditions. ...
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