Ghada Abdel Aal’s Point of View Regarding Marriage and Woman’s Social Issues

Ghada Abdel Aal’s Point of View Regarding Marriage and Woman’s Social Issues

The paper should have a clear thesis, and each paragraph should start with stating the thesis. I will upload the requirements in file. There are several prompt and I have chosen the first prompt. your essays should be double-spaced, use Times New Roman font, size 12, one-inch margins (left, right, top, bottom), and proper heading. Ghada Abdel Aal’s use of humor in I Want to Get Married! belies the serious social and cultural challenges facing women in modern Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East. It can be said that Ghada Abdel Aal became a “better reader” of her status as a modern Muslim Egyptian woman in the process of wanting to get married while upholding her community’s traditions. The starting point of her bride-to-be journey finds her in a hopeful, eager, open-minded and somewhat innocent position. She can be called a “naïve reader” or an uninformed one, since she is motherless and new to the “living-room marriage” rituals. Slowly, she gains an awareness about how every step of the courtship ritual unfolds, and becomes thus an “informed reader” of her situation (or life, social codes, mores, etc.). As the adage goes, “knowledge is power.” However, at the end of her book/blog, Ghada is still unmarried. Where do her newfound knowledge and better life-reading skills leave her? Does she become a disenchanted reader? Write an essay about Ghada Abdel Aal’s desire to get married and the original way in which she addresses this highly pressing individual and social issue facing an educated young Egyptian woman in the twenty-first century. There is a reading regarding this topic which is • Ghada Abdel Aal, I Want to Get Married! One Wannabe Bride’s Misadventures with Handsome Houdinis, Technicolor Grooms, Morality Police, and Other Mr. Not Quite Rights, Trans. Nora Eltahawy (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010)

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