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This bibliography section presents list of reference articles and chapters for this book Nawab Faizunnesa's Rupjalal. Nawab Faizunnesa (1834-1903) challenged established notions regarding women's position in a Muslim society in colonial Bengal. Her RupJalal was the first literary text written by a Bengali Muslim woman. The translated text is placed in the historical context of colonialism and the nationalist movement of colonial Bengal.

Keywords: colonial Bengal; Muslim society; Nawab Faizunnesa



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