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The Beginning and the End

By: Mahfouz, NaguibShare

Language: English


Set in Cairo during World War II, this novel by Naguib Mahfouz is a masterpiece of human compassion reflecting with sympathy and well-balanced pathos the material, moral, and spiritual problems of an Egyptian family.

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By:Mahfouz, Naguib
Pages: 412 pp
Publisher:The American University in Cairo Press, 2001
Topic:Novel - Arabic Fiction - Egypt

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Suddenly confronted with poverty when the father, its sole support, dies unexpectedly, the family's middle-class respectability and conformity can only be supported on the backs of a brother and a sister who sacrifice their own reputations by immersing themselves in the seamy underworld of Cairo.
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