Princess

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Bantam, 1993 - Fiction - 317 pages
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Princess: a true story of life behind the veil in Saudi Arabia

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One must keep in mind the context of time and place when reading this emotional and exciting book to alleviate some of the horror of the injustices endured by the women described here. Equality of men ... Read full review

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THIS BOOK IS NOT FICTION!!!!!!!!!
The American born author recounts the life story of a Saudi Princess she met while living in Saudi Arabia. The book details the daily lives of the Saudi royals and
gives a shocking glimpse of the conditions endured by even privileged women in that country. Princess is an unforgettable story which focuses on the culture, politics, religion and sexual mores of this closed society. 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Childhood
25
My Sister Sara
47
Copyright

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