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Adrift on the Nile
Naguib Mahfouz
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It is the late sixties, & for the group of friends who meet night after night on the houseboat on the Nile, times have changed. Nasser has ushered in an age of enormous social change, & these middle-ages sons & daughters of the old bourgeoisie are left high & dry, to gather beneath the moonlight, to smoke & chat & inhabit a cozy & enchanted world. But one night Art & Reality collide with unforeseen consequences. In Adrift on the Nile, Mahfouz has given us a tale, at once thrilling & deeply serious, which exposes the human & artistic dilemmas of modern times. Naguib Mahfouz, born in 1922, has written over thirty novels & more than a hundred short stories. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1988. Today, he lives in the Cairo suburb of Agouza with his wife & two daughters.
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Book Details
Language: English
ISBN-10: 977424530X
ISBN-13: 9789774245305
Genre: Arabic Literature
Condition: Very Good

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