Women's Worlds in Qajar Iran

Women's Worlds in Qajar Iran

Etiquette for socializing women

Etiquette for socializing women

A male-centered, often misogynous text written in the tradition of satirical books of advice to women about their conduct and behavior. For more information about this version see page 3 of the second volume of Malik Library’s catalogue of manuscripts. Also see Ruhangiz Karachi’s article “Who is the original author of Ta’dib al-nisvan?”, Tarikh-i adabiyat, 65, 3 (summer 2010): 199-208.

Item Details

  • Date undated
  • Notes

    Pages 5 and 6 are missing from this copy.

  • Dimensions 12.8 x 8.5 cm
  • Collections Malek National Library and Museum Institute
  • Repository Malek National Library and Museum Institute, Tehran, Iran (Manuscript number 639)
  • Restrictions Use of documents, for research and teaching purposes, must specify the original location; for any commercial use, the user must obtain permission directly from the Malek Library, through info@malekmuseum.com
  • Accessed 20 August 2012
  • Last Edited 14 September 2012
  • Record no. 904A2
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