✰ ميرامار Epub ✶ Author Naguib Mahfouz – Writerscompany.co.uk


ميرامار 0101.02 0304 05.06 07.0809 , , 1953 1952 1952 I read this in English in December 2007 when i was in Alexandria, Egypt where the book takes place I gave it four stars, but i never wrote a review because i hadn t joined GoodReads yet I just remember that i enjoyed this book quite a lot i remember liking the gloomy atmosphere of the story and I enjoyed that the weather i was experiencing was just as Mahfouz described it in this book Also there was some suspense, which is always fun.Now i am trying to read it in Arabic Because i am crazy I read this in English in December 2007 when i was in Alexandria, Egypt where the book takes place I gave it four stars, but i never wrote a review because i hadn t joined GoodReads yet I just remember that i enjoyed this book quite a lot i remember liking the gloomy atmosphere of the story and I enjoyed that the weather i was experiencing was just as Mahfouz described it in this book Also there was some suspense, which ,,52 . At the background of this novel is a revolution, an Egyptian revolution, of which I knew absolutely nothing about What makes it worse is that Egyptian names for people, places and events are all really weird looking and strange sounding to my eyes and ears A famous Egyptian female singer from 1937 to 1970, for example, had the name Umm Kulthum A farm woman or peasant is a fellaha and their equivalent of man as in Don t look at me, man, I didn t do it is ferekeeko one playboy ty At the background of this novel is a revolution, an Egyptian revolution, of which I knew absolutely nothing about What makes it worse is that Egyptian names for people, places and events are all really weird looking and strange sounding to my eyes and ears A famous Egyptian female singer from 1937 to 1970, for example, had the name Umm Kulthum A farm woman or peasant is a fellaha and their equivalent of man as in Don t look at me, man, I didn t do it is ferekeeko one playboy type character s favorite expression here is Ferekeeko, don t blame me.A lot of sometimes distracting footnotes explain this Egyptian revolution and events places characters related to it, but my advice is to no . , 19 19


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About the Author: Naguib Mahfouz

Naguib Mahfouz Arabic author profile was an Egyptian writer who won the 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature He published over 50 novels, over 350 short stories, dozens of movie scripts, and five plays over a 70 year career Many of his works have been made into Egyptian and foreign films.