Voices in the Desert: An Anthology of Arabic-Canadian Women Writers
Guernica Editions, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 134 pages
These nine stories are representative of an literature that exploded onto the Canadian literary scene in the 1970s, produced in first-generation Arabic-Canadian feminist literary circles. Reflective of the rich and varied experiences of these women, it ap
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