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Woman at point zero
Woman at point zero
Saʻdāwī, Nawāl2015
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Nawal El Saadawi's highly acclaimed feminist novel, Woman at Point Zero, follows the life of Firdaus, an Egyptian peasant girl, from her childhood of incomprehensible cruelty and neglect to her end in a grimy Cairo prison cell. From her earliest memories, Firdaus suffered at the hands of men - first her abusive father, then her violent, much older husband, to finally her deceitful boyfriend-turned-pimp. After a lifetime of abuse, she at last takes drastic action against the males ruling her life. Still as beautiful and cutting as it was when it was first published, this new edition will continue to resonate powerfully with readers for years to come.
Main title:
Woman at point zero / Nawal El Saadawi ; translated by Sherif Hetata ; foreword by Miriam Cooke.
AUTHOR:
Saʻdāwī, Nawāl, authorḤatātah, Sharīf, translatorCooke, Miriam, author of introduction, etc
Imprint:
London : Zed Books, 2015.©1983
Collation:
xiii, 142 pages ; 20 cm.
Notes:
Originaly published in Arabic. This translation originally published in 1983.Translated from the Arabic.
ISBN:
9781783605941 (paperback)
Dewey class:
892.736
Language:
EnglishArabic
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Brighton LibraryAdult FictionSAADAvailable
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