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When she was raped, she didn't understand what had happened to her, though she felt shocked and every inch of her body was trembling. He had been twenty-five years older, the same age as her father.Without love or desire on her part the thing had happened. They are silenced and frightened by what could happen to them if they were to speak up. By then she had attained a degree of maturity that gave her an understanding of the dimensions of her tragic position. He was of medium height, with a tendency to portliness, and had a spherical face, hooked nose, and bulging eyes; the first thing that could be seen of him was a thick, puffed-up mustache, arched like a foam-laden wave. But she was certainly unhappy that he could again make his appearance in her life, that she would be dealing with him day after day, and that he would be making of the past a living and painful present. Then one day he had been left on his own with her, her father having gone to her aunt's clinic. In conclusion, the young girl revolted against the male -dominated society, her own weakness, also future love and the past. She had not the slightest doubts about a man she regarded as a second father. Her pretty face paled, and a staring look came to her wide black eyes. The word "No" related to the events that had happened to the young girl with male-dominated society too. This means it was likely that he had come back because of his evilness, and not because his conscience had bothered him. He was an Egyptian novelist that was born on December 11th, and just recently passed away on August 30th, He was an old, ugly man, but she was a young and beautiful, and her family was rich which means it's likely that he came back because of his evil thought, which means that he didn't come back because his conscience bothered him. The fact that she didn't love him bothered her and didn't matter to him at all.
The woman in the story is automatically portrayed to be a scared submissive girl. She had forgotten him completely.It seems that Mahfouz deliberately stressed on patriarchy in order to emphasize on the flamboyant and morally corrupt Egyptian patriarchal cultural forms taking place during the time of the British colonialism in Egypt. She had no desire for this man but she was put in a position where it seemed like she had no choice. On one side you have a women who is powerless and feels trapped because of her position. The women in our society must struggle to get their rights; they shouldn't wait for help from the others. In short, the writer's massage sp was "No" to weakness. The man made the young girl a prisoner when he raped her. Men have been known to be superior in both physical and mental levels. Named after the man who delivered him, Professor Naguib Pasha Mahfouz, Mahfouz made quite an impression on the Arab world. Thus putting her in a situation where she has to battle her own inner feelings. Literature plays a vital role in society, this role ranges from entertainment to formal news. Much of his work set in his homeland, Egypt. Mallard, a woman with heart trouble who was informed of her late husband. Naguib Mahfouz wrote "she had either to accept marriage, or close the door for ever", which means either to live with a man who abused her innocence, took her virginity, and tried always to build a wall around her, or to accept to live alone without love. When she was raped, she didn't understand what had happened to her, and she was shocked and every inch of her body was trembling. How could he be forgotten completely?
She was disappointed by her relationship between herself and her husband. In conclusion, the young girl revolted against the male-dominated society, her own weakness, also future love and the past same than before.He was of medium height, with a tendency to portliness, and had a spherical face, hooked nose, and bulging eyes; the first thing that could be seen of him was a thick, puffed-up mustache, arched like a foam-laden wave. He said, "How can you refuse? Don't you realize the outcome? Naguib Mahfouz sent a message through the story "The Answer Is No" to the women in our society that they shouldn't give in to their weakness. The main character is a woman who has suffered through a sexual encounter that has scarred her for life. The character of the teacher in "The Answer is No" and Mrs. She had told her mother quite straightforwardly, "No," to which her mother had replied, "I am astonished you did not make this decision from the first moment. When he had first come to give her a private lesson in mathematics, she was fourteen years of age. The word "No" related to the events that had happened to the young girl with male-dominated society too. She avoids love, fears it. Badran Badrawi said, "Don't be frightened or sad. However, she had said to her, "I know your attachment to your personal independence, so I leave the decision to you. Also he succeeded in analyzing the psychology of the young girl, and how she could overcome the trap that the man put her in.
She avoids love, fears it. The man made doesn't go with hostage the young girl hostage to him redun. The reader from the beginning sympathizes with the young girl in the story. The main character is a woman who has suffered through a sexual encounter that has scarred her for life.
He not only inflicts harm on her, but knowing that she is vulnerable he continues to terrorize her and comes back into her life without having any sense of remorse for doing what he did.
He won a Nobel Prize in for his marvelous literature.