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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 14 June 2017 of The Guardian Australia est. 2013 The Guardian Australia
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Amal Awad : 'Arab Women Have Traditionally Been Written about in a Very Patronising Way', Bridie Jabour (interviewer), single work interview
'With insight into both the western and Arabic worlds, the author Amal Awad explores how these cultures intersect and what it means for women like her. She interviewed more than 60 women in Australia and the Middle East about feminism, religion, love, culture and more for her latest book, Beyond Veiled Cliches: The Real Lives of Arab Women ($35, Penguin). And while kohl eyeliner may not have been top of her list of questions, it’s still something she wonders about.' (Introduction)

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