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Palace Walk This Is A Sweeping And Evocative Portrait Of Both A Family And A Country Struggling To Move Toward Independence In A Society That Has Resisted Change For Centuries Set Against The Backdrop Of Britain S Occupation Of Egypt Immediately After World War I, Palace Walk Introduces Us To The Al Jawad Family Ahmad, A Middle Class Shopkeeper Runs His Household Strictly According To The Qur An While At Night He Explores The Pleasures Of Cairo A Tyrant At Home, Ahmad Forces His Gentle, Oppressed Wife And Two Daughters To Live Cloistered Lives Behind The House S Latticed Windows, While His Three Very Different Sons Live In Fear Of His Harsh Will.

About the Author: Naguib Mahfouz

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10 thoughts on “Palace Walk

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    The Cairo trilogy by NF is a work of Tolstoyan proportions, drawing a picture of a place during a certain period through its portrayal of a large number of well developed complex characters Though mostly it is a story of a joint family, it expands into the political and socio religious arena of its times There is a lotto this book than I will go into this review of its the first instalment of triology, Palace Walk.The writing in f

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    The Palace Walk by Naguib Mahfouz is, by far, the best work of fiction that I have read this year and is now one of my top ten favourite novels The Palace Walk is the first volume of The Cairo Trilogy It centers on the life of an Egyptian Muslim family living through the period between the end of World War I and the beginning of the 1919 revolution against British rule, a time of dramatic change in Egypt The novel is an engrossing story of epic proportions Each character

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    Two years ago, I spotted Palace Walk in a bookshelf and thought that this might be an interesting read because the last time I encountered a story that has something to do with Muslim culture was in Khaled Hosseini s The Kite Runner and that was it Still, I always strive to expand my preferences and immerse myself on literature that isculturally diverse than I mused to In all honesty, I also selected to buy this particular book because of the Nobel Prize Awardee label attached t

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