Ta’dib al-nisvan [Disciplining women], 1916
Ta’dib al-nisvan [Disciplining Women], also known as Ta’dib al-nisaʼ, is a male-centered, often misogynous text written in the tradition of satirical books of advice to men about how to treat their wives and train their daughters.
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- Date 25 January 1916
According to Ruhangiz Karachi, the author of this text is most probably Khanlar Mirza Ihtisham al-Dawlah (d. 1861, a son of Fath ‘Ali Shah). See “Who is the original author of Ta’dib al-nisvan?”, Tarikh-i adabiyat, 65, 3 (summer 2010): 199-208.
- Dimensions 21.5 x 15 cm
- Collections Amir Hossein Nikpour
- Repository Amir Hossein Nikpour Collection
- Restrictions No restrictions
- Accessed 3 October 2016
- Last Edited 7 December 2016
- Record no. 14142A24