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Two Myths about Israel s Birth

accounts enormously enrich our perceptions of Telengana and of the range and depth of women's history. However, we must be careful that we do not fall into the trap of equating the public/private domain divide as a male/female one as well. Through historical circumstance women have been relegated more to the private domain than the public, but it is not enough to celebrate this difference and to laud the obsession with the personal as womanly. Just as movements and ideologies have to take account of feminine dimensions of experience, the women's movement has to take account of the public and private domains and reclaim for women their just share of both.

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