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This bibliography section contains the list of reference articles of primary and secondary sources that occur in this book titled Male Domination, Female Revolt. The book contributes to the popularisation of Kuwaiti (and by extension Arabian Gulf) literature in general and the Kuwaiti female literary tradition in particular. Feminist/m' is generally used to refer to an organized movement to attain women's rights, or fight against gender inequality and women's oppression in society. The principal focus of analysis is in Marxist-feminist critical practices, is 'the family'.

Keywords: Kuwaiti female; Marxist-feminist critical practice



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