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Girls of Riyadh

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S.nì, Raj' ⁰bd Allh (Book - 2008)
Girls of Riyadh
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When Rajaa Alsanea boldly chose to open up the hidden world of Saudi women?their private lives and their conflicts with the traditions of their culture?she caused a sensation across the Arab world. Now in English, Alsanea’s tale of the personal struggles of four young upper-class women offers Westerners an unprecedented glimpse into a society often veiled from view. Living in restrictive Riyadh but traveling all over the globe, these modern Saudi women literally and figuratively shed traditional garb as they search for love, fulfillment, and their place somewhere in between Western society and their Islamic home.


Baker & Taylor
Originally banned in Saudi Arabia, the tale of four young women university students from Riyadh follows their struggles to navigate the precarious paths between desire, fulfillment, and Islamic tradition while witnessing the ways in which the Arab world is being changed by new economic and political realities. A first novel. Reprint.

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The tale of four young women university students from Riyadh follows their struggles to navigate the precarious paths between desire, fulfillment, and Islamic tradition while witnessing how the Arab world is being changed by new economic and political realities.

Authors: S.nì, Raj' ⁰bd Allh
Statement of Responsibility: Rajaa Alsanea ; translated by Rajaa Alsanea and Marilyn Booth
Uniform Title: Bant al-Riy.d. English
Title: Girls of Riyadh
[a novel]
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 2008, c2007
Characteristics: x, 286 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes: "Penguin readers guide available online at www.penguin.com or www.vpbookclub.com" --P. [4] of cover
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Subject Headings: Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) Fiction Conflict of generations Fiction Female friendship Fiction Sex role Fiction Rich people Saudi Arabia Riyadh Fiction Muslim women Saudi Arabia Riyadh Fiction Women Islamic countries Fiction Young women Saudi Arabia Riyadh Fiction
Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Epistolary fiction
Topical Term: Conflict of generations
Female friendship
Sex role
Rich people
Muslim women
Women
Young women
Additional Contributors: Booth, Marilyn
ISBN: 9780143113478
014311347X
Branch Call Number: FIC S
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List - Hotter than NYC in August by: NYPLRecommends Jul 30, 2014

Written in the form of e-mails, the novel recounts the lives of four young Saudi girls.


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