Princess: A True Story Of Life Behind The Veil In Saudi Arabia
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Pages no: 390
Edition language: English
Series: The Princess Trilogy (#1)
This book left me with mixed feelings on the one hand I felt anger and horror at what Saudi women endure at the hands of their men and yet since the story teller is a rich Saudi Princess I was also put off with her wealthy life style. Did I really need to know about your servants rubbing your feet a...
Okay, I'm not positive this is the book I read years ago, but it seems like it is. I'm pretty sure it was called Princess, and I know it was about one of the Arabic countries.If this is it, it was pretty good. Difficult to read sometimes, but interesting.
A first person account (though written by an American author / friend) of a princess of Arabia, which talks about how women are viewed and treated as possessions in Saudi Arabia. and whose lives are dictated by the men. The veil and 'abaaya' that these women are required to wear hide more than their...
3.5 starsI was slightly put off by the way Princess Sultana tried to portray her life as somehow representative of what average Saudi women have to endure. The reality for most women there is so much worse. She does mention some examples of what happened to other women, but her tone is often self-...
Princess is the story of a Saudi Arabian princess called Sultana for the purposes of the story. It shows a picture of the life of a woman in the male dominated Saudi society. Her brother is treated like a god from birth while she and her sisters are subjected to whatever cruelty he desires. As Su...
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