The hidden face of Eve: women in the Arab world

By: El Saadawi, Nawal; Hetata,

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The hidden face of Eve: women in the Arab world by El Saadawi, Nawal; Hetata, Sherif (Dr.) (translation & editor)
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London: Zed Press, 1982. 3rd reprint ed. Paperback trade, good only condition, flyleaf creased, minor edgewear, edges lightly foxed, tiny piece missing top of spine, spine creased, rubber stamp. 212 pp. This is her first book to appear in English. She presents her personal and often disturbing picture of what it is like to grow up as a woman in the Islamic world of the Middle East. It is a book infused with anger, commitment, sensitivity, and ultimately hope. In her new introduction for the English edition, the author examines the Iranian Revolution of 1979 and relates the questions it poses for the future position of women to the age-old struggles between Left and Right within Islam on the one hand, and to the need for ongoing anti-imperialist struggle on the other.

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