sonhood

sonhood

(ˈsʌnhʊd) or

sonship

n
the state of being a son
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In the Name of the Son': Fatherhood's Critical Legitimacy, Sonhood and Masculinities in Chris Abani's GraceLand and The Virgin of Flames.
Keywords: boys, boyhood, men, fathering, sonhood, mentoring, intergenerational relationships
When a man first sees a boy, he sees what he once was, and only if his own boyhood was harsh and unpleasant, especially one in which he was not elevated to sonhood by his father, only then will this man not feel close to what he sees.
Your gallant battle-hosts and work-hosts, as the others did, will need to be made loyally yours; they must and will be regulated, methodically secured in their just share of conquest under you; joined with you in veritable brotherhood, sonhood, by quite other and deeper ties than those of temporary day's wages
This initial revision of the meaning of divine sonhood was also coupled with a thorough transformation of the essence of this "appellation.
When Zhegealu returned 'home,' he begged his mother for recognition of his sonhood.
To approach Joe in particular in this way is to uncover unsuspected ambiguities in what might otherwise seem to be a straightforward poor-white fable of surrogate fatherhood and sonhood.
He called on the 'Captains of Industry' to play their part in joining with the worker 'in veritable brotherhood, sonhood, by quite other and deeper ties than those of temporary day's wages
There is in the modern myths of sovereignty a symbolic overlap of sonhood and motherhood that threatens the substantialist view of gender basic to hypermasculinity.