<p style='text-align: justify;'>An abridged version of <i>Qānūn al-Nisā’</i> (Rules for Women) by Jamāl al-Dīn Khvānsārī (d. 1713), a popular satire of prevailing superstitions in late Safavid-era Iran. Written the style of a legal manual, it features the rulings of five female religious scholars, chiefly one named <i>Kuls̱ūm Nanah</i>, hence a popular alternative title for the work.</p>
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