Sultana's dream begum rokheya sakhawat hossain
Sultana's dream first appearead in 1905, ten years before the american feminist and novelist,Charlotte p. gilman, published her feminist utopia herland. sultana's dream is an appealing story of reversed purdah-the seclusion of women-in ladyland, where peace-loving women overpower aggresive men through the power of their brains. Begum rokheya sakhawat hossain, who lived during the last years of colonial rule in east bengal, was a quiet and determined pioneer of muslim feminist thought and writing. championing muslim women's rights to education and freedom. this was her first full-length work in english.
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