There is no fixed protagonist of the novel, and consequently the loose narrative is quite obvious in the story. It was the author's first novel to be translated into any other language. Since then it has been his most translated novel. More than thirty foreign editions of the book have already been published around the world in more than fifteen languages. Most of the critics said that the character of Hamida was a symbol of Egypt, but the author, during an interview, confessed that he had never intended Hamida as an explicit allegory. He said that he was perhaps subconsciously writing about Egypt while creating Hamida's imaginary journey. Ready Reference Treatise: Midaq Alley Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis
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|Date published: || 2014|
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