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Modernization in Pillars of Saltby Fadia Faqir

This paper concentrates on the primary theme of Modernization in Pillars of Saltby Fadia Faqir in which you have to explain and evaluate its intricate aspects in detail. In addition to this, this paper has been reviewed and purchased by most of the students hence; it has been rated 4.8 points on the scale of 5 points. Besides, the price of this paper starts from £ 40. For more details and full access to the paper, please refer to the site.

Modernization in Pillars of Saltby Fadia Faqir


Please check the attachment I explained everything there. Please not that you will have to read the entire novel in order to do the assignment perfectly. Moreover, there is another two of my friends are submitting the same assignment so I think reading the entire novel will be beneficial.

Theme: Modernization/ Tradition

These are the pages you can find examples about Modernization/ Tradition at.

· Page 36 is talking about um Sad

· Page: 40 to 46 explaining Maha’s wedding (it’s more traditional)

· Page 69 at the end of first paragraph

Please write the reading response about this theme (Modernization/ Tradition) here are some examples that you can cover. They are mentioned above. Please copy the quotes and explain them. Please don’t forget the in-text references using APA format.

First you will have to introduce the theme that you will be talking about (Modernization/ Tradition) then you will have to explain it with the examples mentioned above. Mention the quote then explain them on your own way.


Reading response: Theme of Tradition/ Modernization in “Pillars of Salt” by Fadia Faqir Name: Institution: Reading response: Theme of Tradition/ Modernization in “Pillars of Salt” by Fadia Faqir “Pillars of Salt” is a very practical novel by Jordanian author Fadia Faqir. It was published in 1996 and focuses on the lives, treatment and experiences of women within Arabic settings. Unquestionably, women form the novel’s focal characters. In fact, the plot involves the story of two women, Maha and Um Saad or Hanniyeh, sharing a room in an asylum or rather institution for the mentally ill in Jordan. In a unique way, the author challenges her readers in that the story is not about how the women are in the asylum but about why they are there, which the reader only realizes at the end of the novel. These women dared to stand against the wa


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