Women encounter many problems starting from domestication to societal. Similar insight is highlighted in Nadia Hashimi’s A House Without Windows. Even then it is the 21st century, male dominance is quite common across the world. Nadia Hashimi's A House Without Windows evokes the patriarchy of society, which explains women’s suppression, lack of liberation and so on. Nadia Hashimi was born on December 12,1977 in Queens, New York to Afghan parents. Her writing mostly talks about Afghanistan, Afghan culture and traditions. She belongs to America her parents immigrated to U.S in early 70's. Her writing mostly based on conflict, poverty, forced migration, misogyny, colonialism and addiction. This paper throws light on the concept that independence must be given to women and save women from violence and ill treatment therefore, women may contribute to the prosperity of the country as well as to their own progression.
A House Without Windows, Freedom, Inequality, Relationship, Suppression
Haripriyadharshini K , Dr. Nagalakshmi K "Vehemence Against Women in Nadia Hashimi’s A House without Windows" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 10 2023 Page 651-652
Haripriyadharshini K , Dr. Nagalakshmi K "Vehemence Against Women in Nadia Hashimi’s A House without Windows" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(10)