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And one of the best ways to do so is through literature. Contemporary women have put pen to paper, writing books that depict, explore, and analyse the complexities of Arab women's experiences. Their topics range from the hijab to to the oppression of women in the region to the experience of women in diaspora. Whether they are non-fiction, novels, or fictionalised stories somewhere in between the two, these books all offer a peek into the lives of Arab women Following Deya, an eighteen-year-old who is already being catapulted into marriage — forced by her grandparents to meet potential suitors — the novel delves into her struggles with her conservative family, as well as her trouble understanding what happened to her parents. After being told all her life that her parents had died in a car accident, she receives a note from a stranger that makes her doubt everything she knows.
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Her follow-up, The Perfect Nanny , unpacked social hierarchies and was inspired by the true story of a caregiver who killed her young charges. It was a widely translated bestseller and won the prestigious Prix Goncourt in Slimani relays the stories alongside her own impassioned commentary: a call-to-arms for legal reform in Morocco and a reset of antiquated, misogynist values that drive people to dangerous duplicity. In the book, out in the U. Below, she discusses the socialization of shame, the new wave of ambition young women, and how her anger prevents her from ever feeling defeated.
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By Jennifer O'Mahony. Petite with a pixie haircut, El Feki's audience of mostly young women has its fair share of middle-aged gentlemen too, eager to hear her speak about what could be the most revealing take on Arab sexuality in 1, years in Sex and the Citadel: Intimate Life in a Changing Arab World , an eye-popping audit of the frustrations Arab men and women face in the pursuit of sexual relationships. Sensuality in Islamic literature has a long, though uneven, history, and one that El Feki thinks the Middle East has a unique opportunity to rediscover in the aftermath of the uprisings that began in late in , as she tells me the next day. El Feki describes her upbringing in Waterloo, a town near Toronto, as "very civilised," spent largely in "academic surroundings" with her Cairo-born neurosurgeon father and her mother, a schoolteacher from Wales.