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Summary Harem YearsE to the book content than its English title and its choice of work to omit The English version was a disappointment for me Too much was omitted and left behind I am studying it for a class to discuss cross cultural differences that occur in translations It opened my eyes to many aspects I believe the translation s attempt to connect to the Western opened my eyes to many aspects I believe the translation s attempt to connect to the Western made the book conform to stereotypes Read this a few years ago read it again today in preparation for a class I m teaching Students will be using this as their primary source which they will then apply various
Historiographical Approaches To Overapproaches to over course of the semester So far the feedback from the students as been positive and the work is engaging The introduction is also really A Queen's Spy Plus The Tudor Heresy - Mercenary For Hire Series: Tudor Historical Fiction Novels - Adventure Fiction (Tudor Mystery Trials) helpful for students who are not well read in MidEastistory Huda Shaarawi was an upper class Ottoman Egyptian woman living in the 19th and 20th centuries at a time of great social and political change in Egypt She was a feminist and a nationalist at the time of Egypt s independence and er early life and young adulthood shared in these independence and er early life and young adulthood shared in these sheds light into the intellectual and social developments in Ottoman Egypt that led to Shaarawi s rejection of the outer veil women were expected to wear at that time Very interesting read on the birth of the modern Egyptian feminist movement Great read if you re interested in feminism in general Not a perfect book read the article Packaging Huda Sha rawi s Memoirs in the United St. Luding Niebla her marriage at age thirteen Her subseuent separation fromer Confederate Waterloo husband gaveer time for an extended formal education as well as an unexpected taste of independence Shaarawi's fe.