Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797) and Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain
(1880-1932) were two pioneering figures in the history of women
rights who shared similar lives, bitter experiences, fighting
mentality, philosophies and wit. They made voices on women's lack
of education, misinterpretation of religion, women's limited
participation in politics and scientific research, marriage without
mutual understanding and so on. The affinity between them provides
sufficient ground to bring these two writers under a study of
comparison despite a clear gap in the periods to, which they
belong. This study attempts to analyze their works A Vindication of
the Rights of Woman (1792) and Sultana's Dream (1905) respectively,
in order to identify their roles and contributions in the emergence
of women rights and set up peace and prosperity in the world free
from gender oppression and discrimination. This book will help the
readers including feminist thinkers and writers all over the world
to raise voice in favor of the women, particularly who are fighting
for the existence regarding their rights and emancipation.
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
|Country of origin:
Al Mamun Hossain
• Khanom Mumina
||229 x 152 x 7mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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