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The Silence and the Roar

Nihad Sirees ; translated from the Arabic by Max Weiss
Format
Book
Published
New York : Other Press, 2013.
Edition
Other Press edition 2013
Language
English
Arabic (translated from)
Uniform Title
Ṣamt Wa-Al-Ṣakhab English
ISBN
9781590516454 (pbk. : acid-free paper), 1590516451 (pbk. : acid-free paper), 9781590516461 (ebook)
Summary
In an unnamed Middle Eastern country resembling Syria, the entire country has mobilized to celebrate the twenty year anniversary of the reigning despot. Desperate to get away from the noise and the zombie-like masses, author Fathi Chin leaves his house to visit his mother. En route, he stops to help a student who is being beaten by the police. Fathi's ID papers are confiscated and he is forced to return home and told to report to the police station before night falls.
Description
154 pages ; 20 cm
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