Middle Eastern Jewish thinkers no one remembers
A collection of essays from 1893 to 1958 depict the views of intellectuals who saw themselves as part of the Middle Eastern cultural sphere, anchored in both Arab and Western culture, living and working in harmony with their surroundings.
She was a well-known author and women's rights activist, a part of the intellectual, literary, and journalistic world of the Middle East in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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