5 edition of Layla, an Egyptian woman found in the catalog.
|Statement||Fawzia Assaad ; translated by Melissa Marcus.|
|Contributions||Marcus, K. Melissa, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||PQ2661.S73 E313 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1569022208, 1569022216|
|LC Control Number||2004021272|
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Books; Novels; Layla an Egyptian Woman; Layla an Egyptian Woman (0) Buy Book. By: Fawzia Assaad. Genre: Novels. Publisher: Not Applicable. Year: This is the fascinating story of the Egyptian revolution and the rise of Nasser seen through the life and mind of a young Egyptian Coptic woman.
The reader is witness to the Coptic community's. LAYLA: An Egyptian Woman, Written by Fawzia Assaad & Translated by Melissa Marcus. Layla, an Egyptian woman. [Fawzia Assaad; K Melissa Marcus] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fawzia Assaad; K Melissa Marcus.
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In her first novel, 4am, she wrote about squaddies on the 90s rave scene and in Layla, her new novel, she focuses on a young woman who works as a lap dancer. Unusually, the book is written in the second person. This reinforces the dislocation and alienation experienced by the novel’s narrator, Hayleigh, whose professional name is ‘Layla’/5.
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One of Egypt’s most interesting women writers of fiction, she is an emerging talent of great power. Her published oeuvre includes three story collections, a novel, and many popular articles. Available on amazon. 9- A Border Passage: From Cairo to America-A Woman’s Journey, by Leila Ahmed (Non Fiction).
In her overwritten and artless autobiography, the widow of the assassinated Egyptian leader recounts her religious and nationalistic renaissance in the wake of World War II, her courtship by the impoverished, antiroyalist revolutionary Sadat and her parents' disapproval, the couple's early financial struggles, the "shameful" excesses of the new republic, her reforms for women's rights and the dangers and /5(26).
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The novel follows the story of Layla who rebels against gender norms and social codes that governed women’s lives in s Cairo in a time of political upheaval and revolt against British colonial rule. The novel draws parallels between the political struggle for independence and women’s fight against colonialism and gender inequality.
Her subsequent novels, among them The Hotel of the Sad Women and Our Lady of Loneliness, met with much success, landing her the Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz Prize and a runner-up nod in the prestigious Premio Planeta competition. She is widely considered one /5().
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Leila married three times and converted to Born: FebruCairo, Egypt. A "New Woman" was announced in Egypt at the turn of the nineteenth century. With a new genre of prescriptive literature, new products, a new education, and a physically changed home, she increasingly emerged in public life.
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The novel traces the pressures on young women and young men of that time and class as they seek to free themselves of family. Layla is an Egyptian Arab, attends an Egyptian school, and her father is the bawab (doorman or porter) for a building which is home to moderately well-off Egyptians.
At the beginning of the novel these two are closest friends, they play cards together and pull pranks on the haughty woman who owns Layla’s building.
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London: Quartet Books, File Size: 3MB.An honourable Egyptian man,will never ask a woman for money. It is an ego thing as well as his ego point of view, he would fear others thinking him worthless having to scrounge off his wife etc They fancy themselves as providers, with the ability to take care of his wife and family.12 Lessons Learned Proposing To An Egyptian Girl Who Only Spoke Arabic.
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