Girls of Riyadh

Girls of Riyadh

Book - 2007
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Four women navigate the narrow straits between love, desire and Islamic tradition. Every week after Friday prayers, an email circulates among a group of subscribers to an online network. This book presents the cultural conflicts that underscore the difficulties of being an educated female growing up in a culture rooted to an ancient way of life.
Publisher: London : Fig Tree, 2007.
Branch Call Number: FICTION
Characteristics: 299 p. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Booth, Marilyn

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CRAIGEEJ
Jan 17, 2015

they got some issues and they come out of it pretty well sort of like Persepolis with a little more lipstick and pathos a good read about what women in repressed circumstances have to deal with.

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Jun 24, 2012

An interesting look at upper-class Saudi women and their difficulties in love and marriage. I found the style flat, however, and the constant focus on "finding a man" tiring after a while. I wanted to feel connected with the characters, but it didn't happen.

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