[Ebook] ميرامار By Naguib Mahfouz – Alwaysonltd.co.uk

ميرامار , , 1953 1952 1952 . ,,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 0101.02 0304 05.06 07.0809 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

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