6 edition of The time and the place and other stories found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Naguib Mahfouz ; selected and translated by Denys Johnson-Davies.|
|LC Classifications||PJ7846.A5 A25 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
|ISBN 10||9774242548, 0385264720|
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"The Time and the Place and Other Stories" is a great place to begin if you've never read anything by Mahfouz and a welcome slice of his short fiction if you're only familiar with his novels.
One is struck by the variety of the stories collected here/5(5). Naguib Mahfouz’s stories in The Time and The Place and Other Stories are a varied collection. Many of them have a certain whimsicality to them, a theme that, while set firmly in 20th century Cairo (mostly), could well be straight from The Arabian Nights.4/5.
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Twenty short stories—selected by Mahfouz—from some 14 volumes published in Arabic between andthe year he became a Nobel laureate: all but four, set mostly in a picturesque district of Cairo, appear in English for the first time. Many of the fictions deal with death-haunted denizens of the dark alleyways and lower-classes of Cairo.
Five stories by the noted critic, two of which—the title story and "The Other Margaret"—have been widely anthologized since their first appearance in Partisan Review in the mid-Forties.
A third is a fairly well-known story that first appeared in Harper's Bazaar in "The Lesson and the Secret." And the remaining two"Impediments" and "Notes on a Departure"appeared in The.
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