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Braswell Memorial Main Library FIC Aboulela (Text) 37807000010868 Adult Fiction Available -
Cumberland Headquarters F ABOULELA (Text) 31781065247080 Adult Fiction Available -
East Asheville Library F ABO (Text) 0020512128644 Adult New Fiction Checked out 11/23/2019
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Kinston-Lenoir County Public Library ABOULELA (Text) 39149007842354 Adult Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 0802129137
  • ISBN: 9780802129130
  • Physical Description: 217 pages ; 21 cm
  • Edition: First Grove Atlantic edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Black Cat, an imprint of Grove Atlantic, 2019.

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General Note: "First published in Great Britain in 2018 by Telegram Books"--Title page verso.
Formatted Contents Note: Summer maze -- Something old, something new -- Farida's eyes -- Souvenirs -- Ostrich -- Majed -- Boy from the kebab shop -- Expecting to give -- Aromatherapist's husband -- Coloured lights -- Museum -- Circle line -- Pages of fruit.
Summary, etc.: "Since her award-winning debut novel, Minaret, Leila Aboulela has been praised by J.M. Coetzee, Ali Smith, Aminatta Forna, and Anthony Marra among others for her rich and nuanced depictions of Islamic spiritual and political life. Her latest collection, Elsewhere, Home, draws us ineluctably into the lives of immigrants at home and abroad as they forge new identities and reshape old ones. A young woman's encounter with a former classmate elicits painful reminders of her former life in Khartoum. A wealthy young Sudanese woman studying in Aberdeen begins an unlikely friendship with one of her Scottish classmates. A woman experiences an evolving relationship to her favorite writer, whose portrait of their shared culture both reflects and conflicts with her own sense of identity. Shuttling between the dusty, sun-baked streets of Khartoum and the university halls and cramped apartments of Aberdeen and London, Elsewhere, Home explores, with subtlety and restraint, the profound feelings of yearning, loss, and alienation that come with leaving one's homeland in pursuit of a different life" --
Subject: Immigrants Fiction
Short stories, English
Muslims Great Britain Fiction
Great Britain Social life and customs Fiction
Genre: Fiction.
Short stories.
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