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This chapter examines belonging from the prism of gender and marital dislocation. Women are overwhelmingly impacted by marriage induced migration and the assumptions of safety, tenure, and rights that are typically associated with home are affected through the uncertainties of the relationship itself, as well as social disapproval of women who refuse to migrate and adapt in these typical ways. The author reflects on the implications of being homely as well as the risks associated with a dislocation that cannot easily be undone
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