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There are many  books in many different languages are written  about Taslima. 

 

BOOKS ABOUT TASLIMA

 

 Taslima and her works  are  discussed  in many books too.  A  few examples --

IN BENGALI

More than 100 books are written about Taslima.  

 

Name of the books and the publishers -

1. Lajja ebong Onyanyo ( Lajja and others), Ankur Prakashani, Dhaka, Bangladesh

2. Pokkhe bipokkhe 1 (for and against1), Ankur Prakashani, Dhaka, Bangladesh4. 

3.Pokkhe Bipokkhe2 (for and against2), Ankur Prakashani, Dhaka, Bangladesh

4. Pandulipi Pore Na  (You Can't burn manuscript), Ankur Prakashani, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

5.Nishiddho mot Dwikhandito poth (forbidden opinion,  divided people) PBS, Kolkata, WB, India  

 

Lajja ebong onyanyo  

 

IN ENGLISH

                 

 Taslima Nasrin - The Death Order and its Background  by Peter Priskil


The Dissident Word: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1995 (Oxford Amnesty Lectures, 1995) The Dissident Word: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1995

 BULLETIN OF CONCERNED ASIAN SCHOLARS.VOLUME TWENTY-SEVEN,NUMBER ONE,1995

 

women in muslim societies: diversity within  unity

 

Word. : On Being a [Woman] Writer (On Writing Herself)

  

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The Vintage Book of Contemporary World Poetry by JD McClatchy

Gender, Politics and Islam

FEMINISM AND LITERATURE

Critical Essays : Indian Writing in English

New Lights On Indian Women Novelists In English Part 3

 

Taslima is in Encyclopedia 

Encyclopedia  Britannica

Wikipedia, The free Encyclopedia

Reference Encyclopedia

 

Taslima is in the travel books 

   '' The best known literature of Bangladesh is the work of the great Bengali poets Rabindranath Tagore and Nazrul Islam, though these giants have been overshadowed recently by the furore over the writings of Taslima Nasrin, who has received death threats from Muslim fundamentalists for her outspoken critiques of Islam's oppression of women...'' Lonely Planet.

taslima has no God, no Master 

  Women Without Superstition: Women Without Superstition:
"No Gods - No Masters"

Edited by Annie Laurie Gaylor

 

Celebrities in Hell edited by Warren Allen Smith 

 


on the trail of Taslima Nasreen 

  Contemporary Authors: Volume 171: A Bio-Bibliographical ...
Detroit: Gale [1999]

Voice & silence: Contextualizing Taslima Nasreen by Ali Riaz

Growing up confused: for a Bengali Muslim girl, life is full of contradictions.(Excerpt) : An article from: The Women's Review of Books

Book Image Taslima Nasrin and others 

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Taslima is mentioned in  these books

 

IN GERMAN

   
                                      

Reden Łber das eigene Land, 1995 - Taslima Nasrin, George Tabori, Fritz Beer                                        

               Fetschrift Erwin Fischer Preis: Taslima Nasrin

 

 

IN FRENCH


ChŤre Taslima Nasreen

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