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- DescriptionAhlam Mosteghanemi's second vel picks up where Memory in the Flesh left off, with the story of love set in the battered and bruised Algeria of the 1990s. Mosteghanemi takes her readers through the streets of suspicion and suspense, and the ups and downs of a forbidden love affair, through a story within a story, as a writer stuck in a loveless marriage to an important military man inadvertently writes what eventually comes true. She begins - after a period of t writing - by penning the narrative of a mysterious man who courts the object of his desire through deceptive words, then she helplessly follows the path of her fictitious character only to find that the mystery man exists and it is he who has led her to his door and into his life. One twist leads to the next, as the question remains of which man the writer was destined to meet and fall in love with - the mysterious artist or the doomed journalist. This lyrical adventure teases the reader with facts for fiction and fiction for facts. The backdrop of political chaos creates a sense of foreboding and fear for two powerless lovers. But where is reality and where is fantasy?
- Author BiographyAlgerian novelist and poet Ahlam Mosteghanemi is the best-selling female author in the Arab world. Her first novel, Memory in the Flesh (Dhakirat al Jassad) was translated into English after winning the 1998 Naguib Mahfouz Prize. In 2006, Forbes magazine named her the most successful Arabic writer of her time.
- Author(s)Ahlam Mosteghanemi
- PublisherThe American University in Cairo Press
- Date of Publication15/10/2007
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Place of PublicationCairo
- Country of PublicationEgypt
- ImprintThe American University in Cairo Press
- Out-of-print date10/02/2017
- Weight316 g
- Width122 mm
- Height198 mm
- Spine18 mm
- Translated byBaria Ahmar
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