Read the full-text online edition of Khul-Khaal, Five Egyptian Women Tell Their Stories (). Find Khul Khaal Five Egyptian Women Tell Their Stories by Atiya, Nayra at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good. Review: Khul-Khaal, Five Egyptian Women Tell Their Stories. User Review – Sarah – Goodreads. An eye opener into the lives of Egyptian women. Even though.
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No doubt it is somewhat dated the book is more than 20 years oldbut provides sharp portrayals of women living in a very different culture.
I fir if it were possible to give this book 10 stars I would. Details about the racial discrimination is completely untrue, the skin color was never an issue in any of the circles that I was involved in throughout my life.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Careful packing and fast, efficient shipping including delivery confirmation. This book presents another side of Egypt that most tourists will never experience.
I felt sorry for all of them. What I appriciated was some of the more in depth explaining in the khaxl especially in the sayings. Mega Buzz Inc Condition: How do you pull them out of khu, suffering if they insist on digging themselves d Eye-opening indeed!
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Buy the selected items together This item: Although most of the stories were not considered as having one of those ‘happy jhaal, i cannot resist on giving this book 5 stars. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I don’t know if those days were over or not, but I hope knaal. Customers who bought this item also bought. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Oct 28, Vicki rated it liked it Shelves: Nov 19, Abrar Shafie rated it it was amazing.
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A foreword by anthropologist Andrea Rugh and many photographs by Asma el-Bakry are included. Definitely one to read if you are interested in women’s issues. Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject. This book was written 27 years ago.
Good quality and fast delivery. Apr 18, Zainu rated it liked it. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! I kept getting confused as to who’s narrative I was reading. Guests of the Sheik: Overall, a clean and tight, lightly read copy.
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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. For Nayra Atiya, looking into the lives of these women, mostly from the lower and middle class strata, is a way of recording history, particularly the voices of those who remain contained in a rigid culture.
Set up a giveaway. I personally k Although, I am an Egyptian woman who has lived in Egypt all my life, I was totally surprised from information in this book, the reason is mainly the selection of the ladies to tell the story about, all the women happen to be from lower middle class or lower class which gives a very false image about life of Egyptian women.