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The Tudung Anthology

The Tudung Anthology THE TUDUNG ANTHOLOGY is a women only anthology featuring essays fiction and comics This is a book about a piece of cloth and how it is able to weave its way into the hearts of people causing multip

  • Title: The Tudung Anthology
  • Author: Anusha V.R. Masami Mustaza Azalia Zaharuddin Erna Sharida G. Zachary Amanda Lim Khadija Khalid Angelina Bong
  • ISBN: 9789672128083
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE TUDUNG ANTHOLOGY is a women only anthology featuring essays, fiction and comics This is a book about a piece of cloth, and how it is able to weave its way into the hearts of people, causing multiple and different chains of reactions.This book aims to shed light on the bigger picture, and the deeper meaning that comes with a person s choice to either keep it or discardTHE TUDUNG ANTHOLOGY is a women only anthology featuring essays, fiction and comics This is a book about a piece of cloth, and how it is able to weave its way into the hearts of people, causing multiple and different chains of reactions.This book aims to shed light on the bigger picture, and the deeper meaning that comes with a person s choice to either keep it or discard it, giving us a different perspective to consider our side before making assumptions and drawing conclusions.

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    1. A must read, maybe you can relate to it especially if you are Muslimah from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei and Singapore. The mother of all questions is it hot? sweaty? will be answered in this anthology edited by Azalia Zaharuddin.Berkisah tentang hal hal emosi dan resah wanita diperkenalkan pada tudung, abaya, jilbab,burqa, hijab dan terma hijabisters digarap dengan 20 luahan peribadi dan fiksyen. Menarik. Tudung gambarannya buat masa ini sangatlah unik, terpalit hal hal yang mampu dide [...]

    2. Surprising. A range of voices from women who refused the tudung, embraced it, fought for the right to refuse or embrace it, and a couple of third parties looking in from the side. Like most anthologies, there are hits and misses. As a non-Muslim, the views from both sides were enlightening. A few pretty interesting fictional takes as well!

    3. While a good start to putting together an anthology of female voices - in this instance, of the tudung - I was expecting more fiction than personal essays that were written in an almost bloggish manner. I would say I enjoyed half of the writers and their stories featured here, based on strength of the stories and style of writing.

    4. I knew about the book when Matahari Books announced an opening for submission and ever since, I was anticipated to read the book. 7th of October 2017 - I bought the book and I loved it!Firstly - a notable feature I love about the book is the cover. It's design cover gave a contemporary and minimalist touch that I should give two thumbs up. Secondly, the book has many new voices!The book captures significant stories that hint the experiences of women wearing tudung which is in my case, I have nev [...]

    5. This book is basically about tudung. There are 23 anthologies in it:1) That Thing on Our Head by Erna Sharida-5/52) Tudung Trials by G. Zachary-3/53) The Divide by Aina Izzah-5/54) Much Ado About Tudung by Hezreen Abdul Rashid-5/55) Nadia by Amanda Lim-3/56) Around the World in 80 Tudungs by Khadijah Khalid-4/57) Fabricated by Masami Mustaza-2/58) Polka-Dotted Heaven by Angelina Bong-3/59) The Frenchman by Az Karim-4/510) Meaning by Anonymous-3/511) Belum Muslim by Alina Burner-5/512) Donning th [...]

    6. I always find it nice hearing out other people's experiences, or beliefs, or stands on the 'tudung'. I believe everyone has each own's path on achieving that, whether early or late. The key is to always look on ourselves and take those steps either little or big :) Why was I very interested on buying this book, was because I respect every woman's 'tudung' journey, and it's because my mum had a space for sharing her story in a book just like this one, some time ago. The book is called Bagaimana A [...]

    7. This book is a collection of short stories by local authors in Malaysia. Although I do not want to marginalize some contributors to the collection, I do find some stories appear to be self- defensive & self-justified as why they refuse to wear the tudung. The first half of the book was quite relatable but as it gets to the second half, the stories get abit a little disturbing, even challenging the rules/pillars of Islam. But my fav of the lot is Wind & Sunshine by Ruzy Mohamed. I guess b [...]

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