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Nisa may refer to these following topics:

  • Nisa (village) - an ancient village in Turkmenistan
  • Nisa - a rare female name, e.g. "Nisa: The Life and Words of a Kung Woman"
  • Nisa - a town and municipality in Portugal
  • Nisa Today's - a co-operative supermarket

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SparkNotes: Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman: Plot Overview (1194 words)
Nisa opens with an introduction by Shostak, detailing her own preparations and expectations for her first trip to the Dobe region of Africa, in northwest Botswana and at the edge of the Kalahari Desert.
Nisa also describes her feelings of love for a man named Kantla, who is already married and who invites her to be a co-wife, an offer that Nisa refuses.
Nisa then discusses her marriage to a Tswana man named Besa, as well as the complications of her several love affairs with other men.
SparkNotes: Nisa: The Life and Words of a !Kung Woman: Character List (1168 words)
Nisa is present at Kumsa’s birth, and she is horrified when her mother tells her to get a digging stick so that she can bury the infant.
Nisa is jealous of Kumsa and steals some of his milk from her mother’s breasts, only to be scolded by her mother.
Nisa is married to Bo during the initial fifteen interviews, and she is still married to him four years later, when Shostak returns to Africa.
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