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Baraweez

Baraweez

Every picture tells a story

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تاريخ النشر:
2016
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The Egyptian people felt betrayed as they witnessed how other nations advanced while theirs fell behind. Their disappointment in the performance of their government ignited the 2011 revolution. While still in the aftermath of their celebrations, their revolution was stolen, yet hope never eluded them.
Inspired by those events, Noran Omar Shafey weaves the themes of betrayal, loss and hope into her debut novel.
Baraweez, the Egyptian colloquial word for frames tells the dramatic stories of three Egyptian women portrayed in frames on Nanna’s side table which she reveals to her granddaughter.
Farida is betrayed while seeking true friendship; Sagy fights back to get her stolen son; and Soha never gives up hope on finding true love.
These three stories are set within the story of Nanna, Salma and their family going about their daily lives in Alexandria in the midst of fast-paced political upheaval, unrest and uncertainty during the January 25th 2011 revolution.
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ibra200011
ibra200011
06، 2019 Mar
Very interesting book.
jamal khlfan said
jamal khlfan said
17، 2018 Jul
Very nice
إسحاق
إسحاق
05، 2018 Jul
It's one of the best books that I have ever read.
hams nader abdullah
hams nader abdullah
01، 2017 Apr
Very nice
Marshed Rashed
Marshed Rashed
19، 2017 Mar
Nice book
live_check
live_check
01، 2016 Dec
A very good read