The Revolution and Woman in Iraq

The Revolution and Woman in IraqSeries Of Speeches And Lectures Given By Saddam Hussein About The Role Of The Woman In Iraq And In The Baathist Revolution This year I became fascinated by the writings of Madame de Stael who was a late 18th early 19th century French novelist, essayist, political theorist, and proto feminist I call her a proto feminist because I don t recall any postmodern feminists emphasizing the development in women of any profound intellect and creativity as she did in her novel Corinne, or Italy Now I do hear a lot of static, barking and the worst being brought out in a certain caliber of women and men, but nothing to really This year I became fascinated by the writings of Madame de Stael who was a late 18th early 19th century French novelist, essayist, political theorist, and proto feminist I call her a proto feminist because I don t recall any postmodern feminists emphasizing the development in women of any profound intellect and creativity as she did in her novel Corinne, or Italy Now I do hear a lot of static, barking and the worst being brought out in a certain caliber of women and men, but nothing to really help either group, nothing to elevate anyone to a better self, a higher intellect and spiritual human Like Madame de Stael, Saddam Hussein mentions creativity and the development of the intellect in this small group of speeches and an interview he did for an Iraqi women s magazine back in the 1970s I think Saddam Hussein and Madame de Stael would have agreed on some points about the rights of women To me this short collection was interesting It does go intothan what I mentioned here For the people who havnt read Zabiba and the king It might come as a surprise, but Saddam always believed in feminism and emancipation of the women For the people who havnt read Zabiba and the king It might come as a surprise, but Saddam always believed in feminism and emancipation of the women