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About the Author: Naguib Mahfouz

was an Egyptian writer who won the 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature He published over 50 novels, over 350 short stories, dozens of movie scripts, and five plays over a 70 year career Many of his works have been made into Egyptian and foreign films.

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  1. says:

    Reading each character s POV all four, five times you get the following revelation This man is the perfect character You could write an entire novel with each one Personalities are ingrained in the narrative in such a way that you believe them alive, breathing killing, hating, making mistakes.The setting is a clever one Balzac would be proud The eponymous locale is a doll s house of raving roving men

  2. says:

    I read this in English in December 2007 when i was in Alexandria, Egypt where the book takes place I gave it four stars, but i never wrote a review because i hadn t joined GoodReads yet I just remember that i enjoyed this book quite a lot i remember liking the gloomy atmosphere of the story and I enjoyed that the weather i was experiencing was just as Mahfouz described it in this book Also there was some sus

  3. says:

    At the background of this novel is a revolution, an Egyptian revolution, of which I knew absolutely nothing about What makes it worse is that Egyptian names for people, places and events are all really weird looking and strange sounding to my eyes and ears A famous Egyptian female singer from 1937 to 1970, for example, had the name Umm Kulthum A farm woman or peasant is a fellaha and their equivalent of man as in Do

  4. says:

    This is above all a social novel, a cross section of how people lived and experienced their relationships to society in Alexandria in the 1960s and a political novel, since everything in it is very much affected by the rearrangements of power that were taking place, and by questions of who s gaining, who s losing, how will people survive, or even improve their place in the new order The guests at the Pension Miramar an old

  5. says:

    Miramar was assigned reading for an undergraduate class that I took on Middle Eastern history It s a combination murder mystery and character study, told Rashomon style from the perspectives of several different guests staying at the Miramar hotel in 1950s Egypt At the center of it all is Zohra, a liberated young female employee at the hotel who fled from her traditionalist family to escape being forced into an unwan

  6. says:

    A book that was somehow on my bookshelf for a decade finally peeped out shyly and spoke to me Miramar is the sort of book that I must have picked sometime in 2008 because my friend and I used to read a lot of Middle Eastern literature together This is not the Middle East This is set in Egypt and frequently evokes a revolution in that country of which I know little about Which is why I believe that we need to read widely confining ourselves

  7. says:

    I started reading the novel long ago, and I have just finished it, it was a bit boring for me, as Naguib was retelling the same events but from different points of view I mean the characters, and this is something I don t like as for me I get bored very quickly.

  8. says:

    Read it in one setting, I wish I had the Arabic version nonetheless great read.

  9. says:

    Set in 1960s Alexandria, Egypt The action takes place around a pension a bed and breakfast for extended stay customers above the Miramar cafe A girl, fresh from a small village, has run away from her family and an arranged marriage, and works as a servant in the pension She is a symbol of Egypt itself rejecting the old ways, and working hard to educate itself to be self sufficient Yet people keep trying to interfere Like Faulkner s As I Lay Dying, each chapter is

  10. says:

    Great introduction into Egyptian and contemporary Arabic literature Naguib Mahfooz is definetely one of the greatest authors I have had the priviledge to come across I read this book when I was 16 and not much knowledgeable about Egyptian society s components and the era of Nasser However, the writing style, plot and character development is exquisite, thus the novel can easily be enjoyed even from people who don t know much about Egypt Yet, by the end of the book they m

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