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Sarmada

著者: Fādī ʻAzzām; Adam Talib
出版商: Northampton, Mass. : Interlink Books, 2012.
版本/格式:   Print book : 小说 : 英语 : 1st American ed查看所有的版本和格式
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A world away from Damascus, in the remote hills of Syria, lies Sarmada, a Druze village whose people and landscape are animated with a strange magic. In the rocky isolation of Sarmada, words take on new meanings and people take on new format, as fantasy, sex, transmigrating souls, potions and soothsayers all conspire. The country may struggle against the forces of the Ottoman Empire, the French, and then the Ba'ath,  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Arabic fiction
Fiction
材料类型: 小说
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所有的著者/提供者: Fādī ʻAzzām; Adam Talib
ISBN: 9781566568722 1566568722 9781566568623 1566568625
OCLC号码: 748674634
描述: ii, 216 pages ; 21 cm
其他题名: Sarmadah.
责任: by Fadi Azzam ; translated from the Arabic by Adam Talib.

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A world away from Damascus, in the remote hills of Syria, lies Sarmada, a Druze village whose people and landscape are animated with a strange magic. In the rocky isolation of Sarmada, words take on new meanings and people take on new format, as fantasy, sex, transmigrating souls, potions and soothsayers all conspire. The country may struggle against the forces of the Ottoman Empire, the French, and then the Ba'ath, but in the village it is the forces of society, family, and passion that are all-important. Through the stories of three of Sarmada's women, this bold and dazzling novel portrays desire and destiny in a place beyond history. Fadi Azzam's Sarmada is a captivating, unforgettable debut.

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