The bestselling first volume of Nobel Prize-winning novelist Naguib Mahfouz's Cairo Trilogy is being published in paperback to coincide with the hardcover release of Palace of Desire, the second book. His "masterwork" is the engrossingh saga of a Muslim family in Cairo during Eqypt's occupation by British forces in the early 1900s.
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This extraordinary novel provides a close look into Cairo society at the end of World War I. Mahfouz's vehicle for this examination is the family of al-Sayyid Ahmad, a middle-class merchant who runs ... Read full review
I on the other hand thought of the book is well written and it made wish to read more so I can understand more about the Egyptian Culture in the past. The only thing that i did not like the book was a times slow at the events i wish that i can skip through it to finish it. I do not hate the book or i do not love it it is a good book if you want see what was like in the past for Muslim women in the past. the writer was bit to much giving a lot of details on what the Charter is doing or about to do next.