Important instructions to writer and this has to be followed by the writer or I

Important instructions to writer and this has to be followed by the writer or I can unfortunately not accept the paper.
-This assignment for University is around 2000 word abstract from the book called “Veiled Sentiments, honor and poetry in a bedouin society. First Edition, Reissue, 30th Anniversary Edition, with a New Afterword”. The abstract has to be written from this book and not any other addition. I will upload the book in a pdf file in a email to and also send my booking number in the email so the writer can get started on the book and the paper/abstract.
-The most important information from the book must be in the abstract from beginning to the end and when writer is referencing information from the book, it has to have a page number behind each reference.
-Each page number that the writer puts behind a reference in the abstract, must correspond with the information on that page.
-If there is not a page number behind a reference, it is not valid.
-If a page number behind a reference does not correspond with the information on that page, it is not valid and I will not accept the paper.
-When I check the pages behind the references and if the information to the page does not match, I will not accept the paper.
-Again. Always refer to -page- number when you reference directly or indirectly in the text of the book. It is not enough to just refer a chapter.
Here are additional notes that is important to have in mind while writing the abstract that can be useful for the writer. It is a good guidance when writer is writing the paper. Like a thread throughout the writings from beginning to the end.
-Two kinds of discourse – Public (masculine / honor )
-Personal (feminine / dignified / hasham)
-Family ties – moral values – “blood” / garaba
-Agl: social development (agl / hasham)
-Tension of equality (tribe) and hierarchy (family):
-Family model (responsibility, duty)
-Variables: gender / age – social status
-The concept of culture (important cultural factors)
-Power / opposition
-Culture / men / autonomy – Nature / women / less autonomy (sexuality / childbearing, menstrual cycle)
-Marriage within the patriarchy – a desirable model
-Patriarchal ancestry
-Discourse of emotions / social context of expression
-Context of poems
-Discourse on loss – pride – death
-The discourse of love
-Purpose and meaning of the poems (and their form)
-The return of Abu-Lughod: changes
-Examining life – responsibility, interests of participants
-NB – Translating one culture into another (what problem?) – (Regarding Sapir / Worf)

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