Our work is not an attempt to recall that we have to confess that Arab women writers are as creative as male writers, but rather it is an attempt to expose the creative peculiarity and the unusual rebellion we perceive in the literary productions by Arab women authors regardless the language they write in. The two selected examples focused upon in this work, Huda Barakat and Ahdaf Soueif are ones of the most representative Arab women authors who have reached an important success and have gained wide readerships, in the Arab world and in the West. The choice of ??? ????? (The Stone of Laughter) and The Map of Love was not done at random, but simply because these two novels represent a very strong tool of argumentation to back up our hypothesis, i.e. that the Arab Women writers have a specific literary creativity and a peculiar rebellion that conserve their belonging both to the Arab culture and to the female gender.