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Begum Rokeya, the feminist

HДЃsanДЃ Begama Prof

Begum Rokeya, the feminist

views and visions

by HДЃsanДЃ Begama Prof

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Published by Sucheepatra in Dhaka .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 76-77) and index.

StatementHasna Begum
ContributionsRokeẏā, Begama, 1880-1932
The Physical Object
Pagination134 p. ;
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25221008M
ISBN 109789848557044
LC Control Number2011311126

  Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain () was an early feminist and author. She was unique in her time as the only one to demand equality for .   She was a notable Muslim feminist; modern feminist writers such as Taslima Nasrin cite her as an influence.[1] Begum Rokeya also wrote short stories and novels. Her important books are Sultana's Dream and Paddorag. Subcategories. This category .

Get this from a library! Sultana's dream: a feminist Utopia and selections from The Secluded Ones. [Rokeya, Begum.; Roushan Jahan; Hanna Papanek] -- Contains a short story "Sultan's dream," which "exposes the injustices of purdah and imagines the possibilities of women's power unleashed" and selections from The secluded one, "a series of. First published in Indian Ladies’ Magazine and later republished in book format in , the story began as an exercise for Rokeya to show her husband her mastery of English. It details an unnamed narrator’s dream of an Indian feminist utopia. The story is the first known work of Indian science fiction.

Sultana’s Dream, first published in in a Madras English newspaper, is a witty feminist utopia—a tale of reverse purdah that posits a world in which men are confined indoors and women have taken over the public sphere, ending a war nonviolently and restoring health and beauty to the world. "The Secluded Ones" is a selection of short sketches, first published in Bengali newspapers Reviews: Sultana's Dream by Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain ( - ) Sultana's Dream was originally published in The Indian Ladies' Magazine, Madras, , in edition is transcribed from Sultana's dream; and Padmarag: two feminist utopias by Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain; translated with an introduction by Barnita Bagchi. New Delhi (India): Penguin,


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