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Title: Brave Women

Author: Deborah Hopkinson

Translator: Milad Shirvani

Publisher: Melina

Subject: Women’s rights

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 112

Language: Farsi

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we hat to be brave: A Look at the Lives of Brave and Hardworking Women in History

This book is inspiring for young people from a perspective. By reading this book, young girls may realize their human potential and identify with some of the characters in this book in creating opportunities and initiatives. The book is first and foremost a rich collection of stories. The story of people who have struggled and struggled and, despite their backwardness, lack of money, have changed the cultural, social and family difficulties of history in their favor and their thoughts.

Before introducing bold women, the book describes the awkward and difficult conditions in which these women grew up and boldly tried to change it for the benefit of the people of their community. In this book, we encounter the backwardness in the field of observance of civil rights and human rights standards in the past and present of the world, including in the society of yesterday and even today in the United States. This book also addresses the role of immigrants in solving the problems of American society.
Immigrants have helped to eliminate inequalities and injustices, sometimes through work and effort, sometimes through belief in beliefs, and sometimes through reliance on the power of pursuit and effort that they have inherently made. The book has a feminist look, but it does not take female supremacy seriously. The reader can also read the book from the perspective of recognizing women’s innovations, initiatives, creativity, and endeavors, something that has been done so much about men before, and no one sees it as permissible from the perspective of male supremacy and supremacy.

The table of contents is organized in several chapters, which are:
About the author and the book
-Introduction
– The first inspiration
– Education leaders
Defenders of the Earth
Healers
-Athletes
-activists
-Peacers
-Storytellers
Elected leaders
-pioneers
Human rights heroes
The book “Brave Women” depicts aspects of the lives of brave and hard-working women in history. This book is co-written by Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton and translated by Ali Akbar Abdul Rashidi and published by Goya Publishing. The saying “famous women” refers to women whom the authors of the book have considered famous and chosen. There may be other prominent women in history who may be on the list, and perhaps some of them.

After the introduction, this book deals with the first inspiration, education pioneers, defenders of the earth, inventors and explorers, healers, athletes, activists, peacemakers, storytellers, elected leaders, pioneers and heroes of human rights, and recounts aspects of the lives of brave and hard-working women. has done. As the author himself believes, it is difficult to read the news and not be grateful for the brave and courageous women of the world. This story has always been history, which is still a fact today.

This book is apparently an attempt by the First Lady, the former Secretary of State and the 2016 US presidential candidate, to emphasize the importance of paying attention to the behavior of the current US President and his entourage. This emphasis naturally relies on the opposition of the Clinton family and their friends in the Democratic Party to the Republicans.
The book is first and foremost a rich collection of stories. The story of troubled people who, despite their backwardness, lack of money, cultural, social and family difficulties, have succeeded and changed history in their favor and in their own thoughts. The method of writing and writing stories is based on short and interesting stories and is readable in this regard. But before introducing bold women, the book depicts the unfavorable and difficult conditions in which these women grew up and boldly tried to change it for the benefit of the people of their community. In this book, we encounter the backwardness in the field of observance of civil rights and human rights standards in the past and present of the world, including in the society of yesterday and even today in the United States.

The book describes these shortcomings, which are not usually mentioned elsewhere. According to the authors, all the problems that exist and exist in human societies and some women and of course men who have not been mentioned in this book have tried to solve them are problems and obstacles created by man and human selfishness and have no lasting roots. According to the authors, scientific, intellectual and technical advances have paved the way for many changes in human life patterns.
The book also addresses the role of immigrants in solving the problems of American society. Immigrants have sometimes helped to eliminate inequalities and injustices by fighting the white Americans, sometimes by work and effort, sometimes by faith and belief, and sometimes by relying on the forces of pursuit and effort they have inherently. This confession may be due to the fact that the authors oppose the immigration policies of their current Republican president, otherwise this is an important confession that is less articulated.

At the same time, the book depicts hidden and unspoken layers of American social, political, and cultural unrest that could not be described other than a description of social activism and civil rights activities. In this way, by getting to know the reason for the activities of immigrants, civil, social and cultural rights activists in the United States, we can get to know the American society better and more in the deeper social strata. The book has a feminist look, but it does not take female supremacy seriously. The reader can read the book from the perspective of recognizing women’s innovations, innovations, creations, and endeavors, something that has been done so much about men before, and no one can rightly view it from the perspective of male supremacy and supremacy.

The characters in this book are not limited to a specific country or land, but the presence of Americans, whether black, colored, or white, is prominent in this group. Perhaps one of the reasons was that the writers became more familiar with the women of their homeland.
The presence of women from Latin America, Africa, Asia, or the Middle East among the bold and prominent women of the authors’ history is significant. Thematic demarcation and scope of political, scientific, cultural and sports activities of bold women are also important. Of course, the topics are limited. That is, there are issues and contexts that can be addressed that are not addressed in this book, but may not be narrated. Other authors can address some of the issues raised in this book and supplement it.

On the back cover of the book we read: “The book Brave Women is inspiring for young people, and perhaps young girls can find their human abilities by reading it and identify with some of the characters in this book in creating opportunities and initiatives.” The book is first and foremost a rich collection of stories. The story of people who have struggled and struggled and who, despite their backwardness, lack of money, have changed the cultural, social and family difficulties of history in their favor and their thoughts.

Before introducing bold women, the book depicts the unfavorable and difficult conditions in which these women grew up and boldly tried to change it for the benefit of the people of their community. By reading this book, we become aware of the backwardness of the world and even the United States in the field of observing the standards of civil rights and human rights; The backwardness that continues to plague human societies from the past to the present.
The authors of this work also mention the role of immigrants in solving the problems of American society. Immigrants have helped to eliminate inequalities and injustices, sometimes through work and effort, sometimes through belief in beliefs, and sometimes through reliance on the power of pursuit and effort that they have inherently made. “Recognizing women’s innovations, initiatives, creativity and endeavors in bold women is also readable for the reader.”

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