Princess by Jean Sasson

"Princess" is a gripping expose on the life of a Saudi Arabian princess, offering a fascinating glimpse into the hidden world of women in one of the world's most conservative societies. The narrative, based on true events, follows the princess's life from her opulent childhood to her adult years, revealing the luxurious yet oppressive environment in which she lives. Despite her wealth and status, she is subjected to the rigid constraints of a patriarchal system, where women are often treated as second-class citizens. The book is a tale of courage and resilience, as the princess advocates for women's rights, challenging the deeply entrenched gender norms of her country.

The 5335th greatest book of all time


Published
1992
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
304
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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