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Naphtalene

a novel of Baghdad

by К»AМ„liyah MamduМ„hМЈ

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Published by The Feminist Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAlia Mamdouh ; translated by Peter Theroux.
ContributionsTheroux, Peter.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ7846.A543 H3313 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3391937M
ISBN 101558614923
LC Control Number2005000682

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“ Naphtalene sings life at its most intense Alia Mamdouh’s stunning gesture is to have turned over the keys of the narrative to the violent sensitivities and superior intelligence of childhood.

Naphtalene is an enchantment bordering on myth A marriage of the primordial and of modernity, of fury and of love.”Author: Alia Mamdouh. Naphtalene. 6, likes 76 talking about this. Just a regular guy drawin' stuffFollowers: K. Naphtalene is a beautiful novel that will help preserve in our hearts the memory of a city systematically being destroyed under our very eyes.” —Luisa Valenzuela, author of He Who Searches “Sinuous, lyrical, and elliptical, this lovely novel is suffused with passion and public drama.” —Diana Abu-Jaber, author of.

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Naphtalene: A Novel of Baghdad Alia Mamdouh, Author, Peter Theroux, Translator, Helene Cixous, Foreword by, trans. by Peter Theroux; FOREWORD BY HLNE CIXOUS; AFTERWORD BY F. HAIDAR. Feminist. Naphtalene. 6, likes 82 talking about this.

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Naphtalene. by Alia Mamdouh,F. Haidar. Women Writing the Middle East. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Brand: The Feminist Press at CUNY. Naphtalene: “This Naphtalene causes the closet in which it is kept and from where it keeps watch to erupt in flaming sentences,” writes Hélène Cixous in her foreword to this book.

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