The Suppressed Anger of the Pakistani Obedient Daughter
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    The typical Pakistani daughter is obedient, she does as she is told, holds no arguments and if she has anger issues, she bottles them up. This il… Read More
    The typical Pakistani daughter is obedient, she does as she is told, holds no arguments and if she has anger issues, she bottles them up. This illustrated book shows a few instances from the life of a typical Pakistani Obedient daughter in her teens. It is built around the character of Sarah and it highlights the issues that she goes through in her daily life, that upset her but it would not be right for her to voice her opinion because it would hurt her parents. However, towards the end of the book, Sarah's bottled up anger is about to explode, and she is out to make some serious change! But then something happens and realization sets in... Read Less
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The Suppressed Anger of the Pakistani Obedient Daughter Written and Illustrated by Ayesha Tariq
(Thesis at The Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in 2011)
The typical Pakistani daughter is obedient, she does as sheis told, holds no arguments and if she has anger issues, she bottles them up.This illustrated book shows a few instances from the life of a typical Pakistani Obedient daughter in her teens. It is built around the character of Sarah and it highlights the issues that she goes through in her daily life,that upset her but it would not be right for her to voice her opinion becauseit would hurt her parents. However, towards the end of the book, Sarah'sbottled up anger is about to explode, and she is out to make some seriouschange! But then something happens and realization sets in...

*Below is not the complete book and only images of and from the book to show the style of illustration and storyline
**The language used in the book is Minglish, which is a mixture of Urdu and English
***Any interested publishers, please contact me at atariq.bhatti@gmail.com
Title Illustration
Dedication
Sarah's dreams
Sarah's family
Sarah's home
Ami Abu's Rule of Odds
Sarah's Brother comes home from partying at 3 in the morning and asks her to warm food for him
The hectic Eid Lunch
Why Sarah Avoids her Uncle (Khaaloo)
Level of Sarah's Anger
These are part of spreads that come in between the book that show Sarah's Anger Levels