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Chicago a novel

Post-September 11 Chicago becomes the site of a cultural collision of Egyptian and American lives, including a Ph. D. candidate whose traditional upbringing is challenged by her American experiences, and an émigré whose western values are countered by questions about his daughter's honor.

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  • "Post-September 11 Chicago becomes the site of a cultural collision of Egyptian and American lives, including a Ph. D. candidate whose traditional upbringing is challenged by her American experiences, and an émigré whose western values are countered by questions about his daughter's honor."
  • "Post-September 11 Chicago becomes the site of a cultural collision of Egyptian and American lives, including a Ph. D. candidate whose traditional upbringing is challenged by her American experiences, and an émigré whose western values are countered by questions about his daughter's honor."@en
  • "The author of the highly acclaimed The Yacoubian BuildingChicagoChicago is a powerfully engrossing novel of culture and individuality from one of the most original voices in contemporary world literature."
  • "Ein Roman über ägyptische Emigranten, die im histologischen Institut in Chicago arbeiten. Obwohl sie in der amerikanischen Kultur verwurzelt sind, vergessen sie ihre Kultur nie. Al-Aswani verknüpft einfühlsam und spannend Privates, Öffentliches und Politisches."
  • "Post-September 11 Chicago becomes the site of a cultural collision of Egyptian and American lives, including a Ph.D. candidate whose traditional upbringing is challenged by her American experiences, and an emigre whose western values are countered by questions about his daughter's honor."
  • ""Sex, money, and politics are the driving forces of society in this new novel from bestselling author Alaa Al Aswany."--Publisher description."
  • "Des Egyptiens se rendent à Chicago pour étudier à l'université de médecine et se trouvent pris dans les contradictions de leur sentiment d'appartenance à un pays qui les exalte autant qu'il les déçoit."

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  • "Fiction"@en
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  • "Electronic books"
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  • "Roman égyptien moderne"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
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  • "Erzählende Literatur: Gegenwartsliteratur ab 1945"
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