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Nationalism and Muslim Women During Pakistan Freedom Movement in From Purdah to Parliament
Pakistan Social Sciences Review
Colonial discourse generally depicts domination of colonizers as a threatening force to culture, ideology and civilization of colonized land and it highlights their struggle to liberate them from external tyranny. Building upon this notion, this essay uses Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah' s novel Purdah to Parliament, to analyze nationalistic tendency, which refer to provide the nationalistic Strule of Muslim women in the pre-independence era. The ascent of Muslim nationalism mingled with idea ofdoi:10.35484/pssr.2019(3-ii)24 fatcat:zwhibtv7tzcd3bvou6lo2e2otu