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Pistachio Seller

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by Reem Bassiouney
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Pistachio Seller by Reem Bassiouney

"It was Saturday. I remember. And while he was standing on a step ladder in the hall, changing a light bulb in the faint light coming through the window, I decided to love him." So begins this wonderfully exuberant novel of quixotic adolescent longing and the enduring search for self. Set in middle-class urban Egypt, the story chronicles young Wafaa's struggle to come to terms with her own sexuality and her romantic infatuation with her cousin Ashraf, a spoiled and confident young Egyptian who was educated in England. Ashraf's worldliness and carefree attitudes stand in sharp contrast to Wafaa's provincial Islamic piousness.

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Ebook Details
Size: 847 KB
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Date published:   2009
ISBN: 9780815650669 (DRM-PDF)

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