Under the Naked Sky: Short Stories from the Arab World
Saqi Books, 2001 - Arabic fiction - 243 pages
Drawing on an intimate knowledge of modern Arabic writing, Denys Johnson-Davies brings together a colourful mosaic of life as lived and portrayed by Arabs from Morocco to Iraq.
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