This collection of articles written by feminist scholars focuses on intimate Arab familial relationships. The authors identify key family relationships - mother-son, brother-sister, co-wives, father-daughter - to explore women's contribution to shaping and defining themselves in relation to others.aquot;Mama, I couldna#39;t find the combination to my suitcase, aquot; she complains. aquot;Ita#39;s on the ... Lebanon, my country of origin, has become a description. ... Hinnud.8 A Lebanese poet friend published an essay in his memoirs entitled aquot;Suad and the Hindi.
|Title||:||Intimate Selving in Arab Families|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 1999|