A woman of Egypt

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Pocket, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 478 pages
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Here is the passionate, heartfelt story of Jehan Sadat--patriot, feminist, wife, mother--a woman at the turbulent center of an ancient land.

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A woman of Egypt

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Sadat emphasizes both politics and women's issues in this story of her marriage to the man who served as Egypt's president for more than a decade. She weaves together her involvement in her husband's ... Read full review

Contents

The Death of My Husband
13
Growing Up in Cairo
34
eltha ir wal taliba
71
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