This is the book review section. We review and discuss books that are written by and about Muslim women.
Daisy is a representation of the marginalisation of women and their existence as possession in the 1920s; her trophy wife status, beauty and lack of intelligence highlight a lineage of societal gender expectations on a woman. All of this as we are well aware of is an abstract image that still lives on today, built by males to manipulate and design the idea of the perfect woman. A mute, submissive and pretty woman.Read More
The TMWT team did a blog tour to handpick 16 books in commemoration of 16 days of activism. Enjoy!Read More