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Cairo: Memoir Of A City Transformed

By Ahdaf Soueif Ahdaf Soueif

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Ahdaf soueif was born and brought up in cairo when the egyptian revolution of 2011 erupted on january 25th, she, along with thousands of others, called tahrir square home for eighteen days she reported for the worlds media and did, like everyone else, whatever she could cairo tells the story of the egyptian revolution, of how on the 28th of january when the people took the square and torched the headquarters of the hated ruling national democratic party, the (same) people formed a human chain to protect the antiquities museum and demanded an official handover to the military; it tells how, on wednesday, february 2nd, as the people defended themselves against the invading thug militias and fought pitched battles at the entrance to the square in the shadow of the antiquities museum, the (same) people at the center of the square debated political structures and laughed at stand-up comics and distributed sandwiches and water people everywhere want to make this revolution their own and we i

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Language
English
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication date
2013-04-11
ISBN
9781408830505
Dimensions
19.71 x 2.11 x 13.11 cm
Author(s)
Ahdaf Soueif Ahdaf Soueif

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Ahdaf Soueif Ahdaf Soueif

Cairo: Memoir Of A City Transformed

Dhs. 50.00

Ahdaf soueif was born and brought up in cairo when the egyptian revolution of 2011 erupted on january 25th, she, along with thousands of others, called tahrir square home for eighteen days she reported for the worlds media and did, like everyone else, whatever she could cairo tells the story of the egyptian revolution, of how on the 28th of january when the people took the square and torched the headquarters of the hated ruling national democratic party, the (same) people formed a human chain to protect the antiquities museum and demanded an official handover to the military; it tells how, on wednesday, february 2nd, as the people defended themselves against the invading thug militias and fought pitched battles at the entrance to the square in the shadow of the antiquities museum, the (same) people at the center of the square debated political structures and laughed at stand-up comics and distributed sandwiches and water people everywhere want to make this revolution their own and we i

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