Mayada, Daughter of Iraq

Mayada, Daughter of Iraq
Author : Jean P. Sasson
Publisher : New Amer Library
Total Pages : 322
Release : 2004
ISBN 10 : 0451212924
ISBN 13 : 9780451212924
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Recounts the experiences of Mayada Al-Askari, daughter of a once prominent Iraqi family, in Saddam Hussein's Iraq as she shares life and hardship with the fellow prisoners at Baladiyat Prison, women whom she calls the shadow women. Reprint.

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