Muslim Women Writers of the Sub-Continent

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Muslim Women Literary Voices of the Subcontinent (1870 -1950) is an attempt to provide a brief overview of the contribution made by Muslim women novelists, poets, and prose writers in the Subcontinent’s literary scene of the time period from 1870 to 1950. The basic aim of this book project is to highlight the substantial role of the Muslim female literary figures in the literary heritage of the Subcontinent.

This introductory book highlights the works of the Muslim writers of the aforementioned time period to illustrate that those women were not only conscious of their rights and power of their voice but also contributed in consciousness raising of the women of that time for positive social change.

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    Dr Najiba Arif, Poet, Writer, Intellectual and Head department of Urdu, IIUI, addressing at book-launch of Emel Publications new title “Muslim Women Writers of Sub continent”, at Islamabad.

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