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I am free, and other stories / by Ihsan Abd el Qoddous ; translated from Arabic and edited by Trevor Le Gassick
Bib ID 2619589
Format BookBook
Author
`Abd al-Qaddus, Ihsan
 
Description [Cairo] : General Egyptian Book Organization, 1978 
249 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9772014678
Full contents
  • The beggar's strike.
  • The discovery of aluminium. - God is love.
  • Martyr in Dishna.
  • A man in search of a car.
  • Heaven and I.
  • The ideal wife.
  • Ghosts.
  • Work.
  • A rusty tin box.
  • I am free.
 
Subjects `Abd al-Qaddus, Ihsan -- Translations into English.  |  Egypt -- Social life and customs -- Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Le Gassick, Trevor

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