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As a result, this has increased migration of the marginalized communities and landless labourers to work in bondage condition in brick kilns and construction sites in big cities of different States.
Although Brent eventually flees to the North, she prolongs her bondage, choosing lengthy self-imprisonment in her grandmother's attic.
Chapter four explores the bondage of memory as depicted in Gayl Jones's novel, Corregidora.
A study by ILO found that "Debt bondage is most common in the agriculture sector, although it can also be found in other industrial sectors such as mining and gem polishing, brick-kilns, carpets and textiles, as well as domestic service.
This living miracle leaves behind an empty chrysalis as evidence of past bondage.
I couldn't understand why it was bondage to be dressed like this -it was no-one else's decision, it was mine.
But without the thrill of bondage, I'm finding normal sex very tame.
1 : the state of being owned by another person : bondage
Acknowledging that slavery and its abolition in the Americas cannot be understood outside of a global and historical context, Inhuman Bondage chronicles the story of slavery in the New World in a comparative and interdisciplinary manner.
Slavery is often seen as a historical issue--but in fact human bondage is very prevalent today, as ENSLAVED shows with its collection of slave narratives written by both past and current slaves and slaveholders from Asia, Africa, the Mid-East and the U.
By Anne Penketh Israel has recalled its ambassador to El Salvador after police found him drunk, naked and tied up with sex bondage paraphernalia in the garden of his residence.
Born sometime in 1818 to a slave mother and a white, most likely slaveholding, father, Frederick Douglass was 34 years old, and 14 years out of bondage, when he stood before 500 to 600 mostly white people in Rochester's grand Corinthian Hall.