Title: Mixed Race Marriage in Pakistan
Author: Dr. Dina Khan
Year of Publication: 2013
Number of Pages: 276
Dr. Dina Khan
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is.itworthit.tho.85 (verified owner) – January 30, 2019
This book discusses the struggles faced by foreign wives residing in Pakistan. Such as the way their personal identity is affected and how they feel about the certain flaws of our society. Now although I’m not a foreign wife, I could relate to this book wholeheartedly. I’ve spent most of my life between Pakistan and The United States of America. I’m often asked which place I like better or how I identify myself. This book confirms the fact that you don’t necessarily have to be labeled with any one title. Humans are so much more than that.
Not only is it written beautifully but Dr. Dina Khan has backed up every topic discussed with research and personal interviews. Topics such as arranged marriages, the fair skin obsession and our very own desi aunties have been presented wonderfully. Overall I found this book to be 276 pages of pure knowledge and thoroughly enjoyable. I highly recommend this book and I believe everyone should pick this up.
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