Moslem Women in the Silk Road by Frances Wood

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In fact, the influence, presence, and obviousness of women throughout the chapter can be noticeable as the author narrates about the trips, cities, and personalities. As a result of my analysis, it is clear that women in these places talked about were quietly and underminingly given importance as they were treated and seemed as subordinates...
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The entire chapter is such a contradictory irony regarding the importance and the social and economic position women had. Women in the Middle-East, especially in places such as Samarkand were important to the social and economic structure of such cultures. Women in the Middle-East had a slight more attention than in China...
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