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These may indicate that the work, which is only preserved in an incomplete copy (Kāẓemiya, p. Both in style and content, her memoirs stand apart from other Qajar memoirs. On her return from the holy cities in Iraq the woman pilgrim stayed from mid-December 1893 until late June 1894 in Tehran, and her rich narrative of women's lives at the royal court corresponds with Tāj-al-Salṭana's descriptions of the , p. The benefits of a royal marriage would ensure the loyalty of an influential man—her father-in-law Sardār Akram was from an old military family—as well as that of his entourage. Tāj al-Salṭana’s reflections on her first marriage are expressive of the reformist discourse on marriage (, pp. Ḥasan Khan, like most men of Qajar elite families, took many other lovers, male and female, and Tāj-al-Salṭana (, pp. 256-58) explains her own flirtatious relations and amorous affairs as revenge against her husband’s neglect and infidelity (Mahdavi). But she also mentions a dangerous abortion, which she underwent after she became aware of her husband's venereal disease, gonorrhea or more likely syphilis (, p. When she was writing her memoirs in 1914, she had attempted suicide three times (. In March 1908, Tāj-al-Salṭana's married Qullār-Āqābāši (ʿAziz-al-Solṭān, II, p. 2010), a nephew of Ḥosayn Pāšā Khan Amir Bahādor Jang (ca. 2201) because he had been told that women active in the Women’s Association () had arranged this marriage. 2805), but we do not know what became of this marriage.
This, however, may have to do more with the gender of their author, as so far Tāj-al-Salṭana is the only royal woman whose memoirs have come to light. Her familiarity with Persian and European literature and history is indicated through the style of her prose and the contents of her memoirs. Most famous among the men she mentioned in her memoirs is the poet and musician ʿAref Qazvini (ca. Like many women of her generation and thereafter, Tāj-al-Salṭana's expectation of her marriage was adjusted to accommondating her husband’s sexual liaisons and taking comfort in her children and in her intimate bonds with sisters and friends. The rocky first marriage eventually ended in divorce in December 1907 (ʿAziz al-Solṭān, II, p. Tāj-al-Salṭana does not discuss any subsequent marriages in her memoirs, but, as already mentioned, its manuscript is incomplete. Tāj-al-Salṭana, together with several other royal women, was a member of this organization, which was one of the many women’s associations of the Constitutional Revolution of 1905-11 (ʿAyn-al-Salṭana, III, p. In 1921 she describes herself as a single, unmarried woman (Saʿdvaniān, p. Her memoirs reveal a deeply unhappy life until 1914, and the series of letters that she wrote to various prime ministers in the early 1920s to have her pension reinstated suggests that she faced financial hardships (Saʿdvaniān).
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Whenever her father was in Tehran, she was taken to visit him, usually once a day. Tāj-al-Salṭana was clearly familiar with these writings, in which it was argued over and over again why women should take care of their own infants and how for the physical and emotional health of their children, as well as for the sake of bringing up modern patriotic citizens, old habits of entrusting infants to wet-nurses and others should be replaced by scientific mothering practices (Najmabadi, 1998).
In 1914, when Tāj-al-Salṭana was writing her memoirs, she is bitter and critical of her early childhood (, pp. Sections of her memoirs echo articles published in , pp.
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The controversy about their authenticity defines the ways in which we could (or could not) use the memoirs as a source about the princess' life.
Shortly after the publication of selections from Tāj-al-Salṭana’s memoirs (Kāẓemiya), Ebrāhim Ṣafāʾi suggested that the work could not be but a malicious fabrication ("moḡreżāna o sāḵtegi," p. He disagreed with Tāj-al-Salṭana’s attribution of her father’s assassination as instigated by the court minister Amin-al-Solṭān (d. az dawlat-e marż 'histeri' mā az ḵāna-nešini o ḥabsi yek andāza āzād šoda budim;” tr., p.
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