EDIBEntreprise Dépannage et Installation Bretagne (French: Installation and Troubleshooting Enterprise Britain)
EDIBÉlimination Déchets Industriels Bourgogne (French: Industrial Waste Disposal Burgundy)
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Thompson's book is much more than an intellectual history or a story of how great men make history (even if Edib is the only woman featured) but one of collective perseverance and commitment to a more equitable society.
(12.) Halide Edib was a Turkish woman writer, novelist, and nationalist.
--(1926), Memoirs of Halide Edib. New York: Century.
The topics include historical approaches to reading two Parsi Zoroastrian travelogues, the travels of Mahdi Hasan Khan Fath Nawaz Jang from India to Europe, gendered encounters in the travelogues of the Fyzee sisters, and Halide Edib's journey to the symbolic from the House with Wisteria to Inside India.
It isn't until she meets the woman they were meant for, Halide Edib, at an embassy party that Mary understands she either has to turn the papers over to Halide or turn them in to the Allied authorities occupying Istanbul.
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In her Memoirs (1926) Halide Edib, Turkish writer and feminist, described her personal experiences during the formation of the pro-nationalist Turkish Republic and with patriarchal views on polygyny and divorce (Lewis & Micklewright, 2006).
Ansari, "Preface", in Halide Edib, Conflict of East and West in Turkey (Delhi: Jamia Press, 1935), xii-xiii.
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(40) Halide Edib, Memoirs (New York: Century, 1926), 333.