Cairo in White

An Egyptian mother and her American daughter must grapple with their religious beliefs, social pressures, love, and the search for a place to call home amidst the feminist movement and the Arab Spring. More

Available ebook formats: epub

Words: 55,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311259707
About Kelly Ann Jacobson

Kelly Ann Jacobson is a fiction writer, poet, and lyricist who lives in Falls Church, Virginia. She recently received her MA in Fiction at Johns Hopkins University, and she now teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Literature. Kelly is the author of several published books, including the novel Cairo in White, and has several novels and a book of poetry coming out in 2015. Her other published poetry, short stories, anthologies, and nonfiction can be found at www.kellyannjacobson.com.

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