Review: ‘An US Bride in Kabul’ by Phyllis Chesler

Review: 'An US Bride in Kabul' by Phyllis Chesler Imagine marrying the guy you're keen on, and then find yourself locked away in a harem that is afghan where your sweetheart alternatively ignores, insults, hits and sexually assaults you. Then that is amazing years later on, very long after you have contrived your escape to America and won an annulment, he flees their nation and becomes certainly one of your dearest and closest buddies. Here is the strange, very nearly unbelievable story that second-wave feminist frontrunner Phyllis Chesler recounts in her memoir, "An American Bride in Kabul" — a book this is certainly alternatively enthralling (when she sticks to her individual experience) and irritating (when she wanders too much afield). (more…)...
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