Un Jardin en Badalpur, Kenize Mourad

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Plaza & Janes Editories, S.A., Oct 1, 2001 - Fiction - 498 pages
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A marvelous tale of filial love that examines the complex roots of East and West. Set in turn-of-the-20th century India, Zahr, a Sultan's daughter orphaned at birth and raised in Europe, returns to her homeland to begin the poignant search for her father and her rightful lineage, but encounters instead a country torn by religious strife, poverty and loss.

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la continuacion de una historia de vida de la hija de la princesa muerta,vuelve a mostrar la fuerza de las mujeres en un mundo muy masculino, exelente

About the author (2001)

Mourad has spent most of her professional career at the French political magazine Le Nouvel Observateur, for whom she covered the Iranian and Ethiopian revolutions, and the Lebanese civil war. She turned to writing novels in 1983.

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