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Beyond Love

Hadiya Hussein

Translated from the Arabic by Ikram Masmoudi

Paper $19.95    |   978-0-8156-0995-7    |    2012

"A memorable novel, one that, like many works of fiction, offers a portrait of a nation and community, and thus contributes to an understanding of events and motivations in ways that no new broadcast or journalistic report can replicate."—Roger Allen, author of An Introduction to Arabic Literature

  Beyond Love

  Hadiya Hussein is an Iraqi writer who has published many novels and short stories. She currently lives in Canada. Beyond Love is her first novel published in English. Ikram Masmoudi is assistant professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Delaware. Her research interests are in language and literature, and she is currently working on a book project about Iraqi war fiction.

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