Discuss the question with detailed reference to Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Nervous Conditions, and engage with at least three secondary sources (critics (Each argument should be supported by a critic and there should be a different critic for each argument) in the development of your argument. You may refer to additional literary works, but the set text should be the main focus of your discussion. You are not permitted to devise your own essay title as an alternative to those listed below.The essay should be up to 2250 words long (including footnotes but excluding the bibliography). MHRA ACADEMIC STYLE.‘I think this has been a problem for some young women from my generation who needed some kind of liberating theory to guide us, and then it was good, at that time, to have the Western theories there. But I think we have to move beyond that and find our own point of departure, and that where I’m at now.’ (Tsitsi Dangarembga, in an interview). Considering Dangarembga’s statement, to what extent do you see feminist criticism a useful framework for analyzing Nervous Conditions?