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    Tehmina Durrani Analysis

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    Autobiography and Tehmina Durrani Ayesha Anwar Warsi Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Awadh University Faizabad One of the most important and ultimately most controversial is the autobiographical writing which has established itself against the dominant patriarchal grain, allowing for, if not insisting on, alternative interpretations, most specifically the Feminist Reading. In some ways, however, the furious intellectual labor necessitated by a history of exclusion and neglect made the new field of autobiographical writing, a reactionary discourse as much at war with itself as with competing methodologies. Such writing if precipitated Self-expression as a “cultural imperative” on the one hand it did Self-recognition as a “cultural prescription” on the…

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    The ethnography of Meddle East by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea in the story of “Guests of the Sheik” remind me my own town in my home country. Being from Medial East most of the cultural norms and Islamic roles in the story looked quite familiar with the cultural norms and Islamic roles back in my country. Lived all the way down on the other side of the ocean, I personal experienced most of the life experience of Fernea, which she mentioned in her story “Guests of the Sheik”. Elizabeth Warnock…

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    My Feudal Lord Analysis

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    Research Objective My Feudal Lord is an autobiography of Tehmina Durrani highlighting her marriage with the famous political figure of Pakistan Ghulam Mustafa Khar also known as the “Lion of Punjab”. She openly talks about the fourteen years of emotional and physical abuse she endured in this marriage on the hands of Mustafa Khar . The political leader who may otherwise seem very charming and charismatic to the public of Pakistan is actually a sociopath revealed through Durrani’s book. What kept…

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    among attorneys. Group #1 Throughout history, men outnumbered women in their attendance to law schools because it was unusual for women to pursue careers in the legal profession. In the late 1900’s women only composed approximately ten percent of law school graduates (Durrani 300). But in today’s society it is common to see women attend law school. After completing law school, he or she has the choice of applying for a job in the public or private sector of law. It is common for women…

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    Culture Of Afghanistan

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    coal deposits are located on the northern slopes of the Hindu Kush. Major coal-fields are scattered between the capital Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif. However, Afghanistan’s energy resources, including its large reserves of natural gas, remain untapped, and fuel shortages are chronic. In 2010, Afghan government officials estimated that untapped mineral deposits are worth between $900 and $3 trillion. Widely considered the last great Afghan empire, The Durrani Dynasty started with the assassination…

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    According to Yusuf, Al-sharqi, and Durrani (2015), females only represented 26 percent of the population in all school levels. In 2004, females collectively represented 49 percent of the student population. The change was due to funding made by the Saudi Arabian government as an effort to display the right to education for all their citizens regardless of race. Statistics also show that the number of women seeking a bachelor’s has tripled in as little as 10 years, with only 93,486 women in a…

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    perspective on violence, thus challenging any simplistic and limiting definition of the term that only engage with its physical manifestations. Tehmina Durrani’s My Feudal Lord (1994) and Blasphemy (1998) have greater connotations in this context as the author portrays the vulnerable conditions of women in Pakistan in both these texts. Durrani, by speaking of her own violent marriage, situates the women in Pakistan’s elite social life and gives a crucial insight on the vulnerable situation of…

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    desire to seek out sensitive information in order to satisfy oneself. What both have in common is the feeling of skepticism and curiosity that comes from an involved true crime audience that seeks for answers and justice. As a result, the odd balance between entertainment and information in the genre seems to be individual and determined by individual documentaries, not necessarily the entire genre. Furthermore, the topic of public circulation of these programs and the subsequent actions has the…

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    war among the Maratha Empire. He sent an army to the north to fight the Sikh’s rebellion but that resulted in his death in 1712. Jahandar Shah -Bahadur’s son- took the throne and lost more northern territory to the Sikhs, and later was murdered by his nephew Farukhsiyar, and claimed the throne in 1713 with the help of the Sayyid Brothers. Farukhsiyar then later hoped to remove the Sayyid Brothers from power but, was defeated and killed. Thus, led to the Sayyid Brothers in installing Muhammad…

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    Identity In Religion

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    on the continual clarification of one’s differences (Durrani 224). This refers back to the created identity. Without having an opposite of something, there is really no understanding what that thing then really is. For example, without the sense that something is a dog, one cannot know that something else is then a cat. There would be no comparison. The way a dog acts, thinks, and is perceived by people is different than a cat. The same thing goes for identity since “[m]an is not only a mystery…

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