Nana was finally subdued, bid farewell to her husband in tears, and atoneed for her sins with the eminent monk's practice. 1 Photo Credit: BJ Weeks The time when this story was formed is estimated to be at least 120 years ago, and it is also said that it was during the reign of King Rama IV. Then look at the era of Rama IV . Although he accepted Western trends and knowledge, in terms of improving women's rights, there were only reforms such as prohibiting the sale of wives to repay debts.
You can imagine the situation of Thai women telemarketing list at that time. Although Rama IV was praised for his worldview, he did not abandon traditional Thai culture. Rama IV was a monk for 27 years. After returning to secular life, he had 35 princesses and 82 children. Anna, the English tutor he hired, was almost kicked out several times because Anna did not follow the rules that men and women were not equal; Anna later wrote the memoir.
The English Governess at the Siamese Court ", a six-year experience in the palace, she saw in her eyes The Rama IV was a chauvinist. This is to illustrate that under the circumstances at the time, Nana's ghost stories are naturally very old-fashioned, hiding double moral standards and sexism. Look at the gentle and beautiful Nana, who will be loyal to her death and still be a ghost day and night. The man who serves her; but when a man knows the truth, he becomes a coward and forgets justice in seconds, and Nana's fierce resistance is unreasonable and unreasonable, and should be severely punished.