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Close Sesame: A Novel
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|August 22, 2006

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Farah's landmark Variations on the Theme of an African Dictatorship trilogy is comprised by the novels Sweet and Sour Milk , Sardines , and Close Sesame. In this volume, the third and final book in the series, the characters are deeply entwined in the waking…
Links: A Novel
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|March 29, 2005

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From the internationally acclaimed author of North of Dawn ,  Links  is a novel that will stand as a classic of modern world literature. Jeebleh is returning to Mogadiscio, Somalia, for the first time in twenty years. But this is not a nostalgia…
North Of Dawn: A Novel
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|December 3, 2019

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A couple's tranquil life abroad is irrevocably transformed by the arrival of their son's widow and children, in the latest from Somalia's most celebrated novelist. For decades, Gacalo and Mugdi have lived in Oslo, where they've led a peaceful, largely…
Knots
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|July 26, 2016

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A new novel from one of the world's great writers—an extraordinary work set in Mogadiscio, Somalia—that both breaks new ground and brings him back to his literary roots. A strong, self-reliant woman who was born in Somalia but brought up in North…
Crossbones
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|July 26, 2016

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"A gripping new novel from today's "most important African novelist." ( The New York Times Review of Books ) A dozen years after his last visit, Jeebleh returns to his beloved Mogadiscio to see old friends. He is accompanied by his son-in-law, Malik, a…
Secrets: A Novel
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|February 2, 2016

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“With Secrets , Nuruddin Farah solidifies his reputation as one of the world’s great writers.”—Ishmael Reed Set against the backdrop of the civil war in Somalia, this stunningly ambitious novel was a Los Angeles Times Book Review Best…
Hiding In Plain Sight: A Novel
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|September 22, 2015

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A bold new novel that “augments a body of work worthy of a Nobel Prize” ( Kirkus Reviews ), from the internationally acclaimed author of North of Dawn   Nuruddin Farah—“the most important African novelist to emerge in the past…
Crossbones: A Novel
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|October 30, 2012

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A gripping new novel from today's "most important African novelist" ( The New York Times Book Review ), the internationally acclaimed author of North of Dawn   A dozen years after his last visit, Jeebleh returns to his beloved Mogadiscio to see old friends.…
Knots: A Novel
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|March 25, 2008

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From the internationally acclaimed author of North of Dawn comes "a beautiful, hopeful novel about one woman's return to war-ravaged Mogadishu" ( Time ) Called "one of the most sophisticated voices in modern fiction" ( The New York Review of Books ), Nuruddin…
Sardines: A Novel
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|August 22, 2006

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Winner of the Neustadt International Prize for Literature Farah's landmark Variations on the Theme of an African Dictatorship trilogy is comprised by the novels Sweet and Sour Milk , Sardines , and Close Sesame . In this volume, the second of the three, a woman…
Sweet and Sour Milk
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|August 22, 2006

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Winner of the 1980 English-Speaking Union Literary Award The first novel in Farah's universally acclaimed Variations on the Theme of an African Dictatorship trilogy, Sweet and Sour Milk chronicles one man's search for the reasons behind his twin brother's…
From A Crooked Rib
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|June 27, 2006

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Written with complete conviction from a woman's point of view, Nuruddin Farah's spare, shocking first novel savagely attacks the traditional values of his people yet is also a haunting celebration of the unbroken human spirit. Ebla, an orphan of eighteen, runs…
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