নারী by Humayun Azad Online

নারী
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ISBN : 9844010667
Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 408

Naari (Woman), the first comprehensive feminist book is largely akin to The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir in contents and ideas. In this work Azad painstakingly compiled the feminist ideas of the West that underlie the feminist contributions of the subcontinent's socio-political reformers and drew attention to the anti-women attitude of some acclaimed Bengali writers inNaari (Woman), the first comprehensive feminist book is largely akin to The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir in contents and ideas. In this work Azad painstakingly compiled the feminist ideas of the West that underlie the feminist contributions of the subcontinent's socio-political reformers and drew attention to the anti-women attitude of some acclaimed Bengali writers including Rabindranath Tagore. The work, critical of the patriarchal and male-chauvinistic attitude of religion towards women, attracted negative reaction from the conservatives. The Government of Bangladesh banned the book in 1995. The ban was eventually lifted in 2000, following a legal battle that Azad won in the High Court of the country.


নারী Reviews

  • S M Shahrukh

    A vast book, an important book, Humayun Azad's take on patriarchy. Overlong, unnecessarily repetitive but a must read. The author has drawn a lot from Simone de Beauvoir and Kate Millett, the views of the latter I found very poignant and entices me to search for her bestseller, Sexual Politics, which was originally her doctoral dissertation at Columbia University and is considered "a seminal influence on second-wave feminism." Azad has launched a scathing attack on Victorian duplicity about wome [...]

  • Nazmus Sakib

    too much one sided

  • Rejwana Haque Pial

    ক্লাস এইট সম্ভবত খুব কম বয়স এই বইটা পড়ার জন্য।অথবা একদম ঠিক বয়স।তবে এই বইটা কমপক্ষে দুইবার তো অবশ্যই পড়া উচিত।চিন্তাজগত পালটে ফেলার মতো একটা বই।

  • Kefayet Alfesan

    It takes guts to read this book.

  • Ashrin Tamim

    Full of lies and miss interpretation.

  • Emtiaz HossainHritan

    Not a reader friendly booklooks like a research paper.

  • Proshanto Das

    read

  • Nusrat

    Very good book. Every wo/man should read this book.