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Publisher Description

Three weeks after Youssef and Sana’a’s wedding, Youssef accepts a military peacekeeping expedition in the Congo. Will either of them be the same people when he returns?

Damage, by Moroccan writer Kamal Khalladi, is taken from Plays from the Arab World, a collection of five extraordinary plays exploring and reflecting contemporary life across the Near East and North Africa, now available as individual ebooks.

The full collection also includes:
Withdrawal by Mohammad Al Attar (Syria) 603 by Imad Farajin (Palestine)The House by Arzé Khodr (Lebanon)Egyptian Products by Laila Soliman (Egypt)
In 2007 the Royal Court Theatre’s International Department and the British Council embarked on an ambitious project working with twenty-one writers from across the Near East and North Africa. Seven of the resultant plays received rehearsed readings at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in 2008. Plays from the Arab World, introduced by Laila Hourani of the British Council, collects five of these unique new voices, each posing different but equally urgent questions.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2017
11 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
42
Pages
PUBLISHER
Nick Hern Books
SIZE
509
KB