A Street In Marrakech

Author: Elizabeth Warnock Fernea
Publisher: Waveland Press
ISBN: 147860865X
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This is a reflexive account of an American woman and her familys unpredictable journey through the private and public worlds of a traditional Muslim city in the process of change.

Road To Marrakech

Author: Olmond Hall
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595181279
Size: 18.52 MB
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This fiction novel, Road to Marrakech, is a murder mystery and love story about the struggles of Jefferson Davis Steward.

Fear And Faith In Paradise

Author: Phil Karber
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1442214791
Size: 63.51 MB
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“If one thought of Gueliz, the modern, Western part of the city, as a trimmed and
shaped topiary tree, such as one finds in the gardens of Versailles, the Boulevard
Mohammed Ginq was the trunk of the tree,” wrote Elizabeth Fernea in A Street in
Marrakech. “And at the end of the trunk lay the roots, the thousands of tiny, tendril'
shaped streets and alleys and sibhas and darbs that converged in some fashion
of natural growth rather than imposed design upon larger tendrils, which
emerged ...

Desert Songs

Author: John R. Maier
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791430170
Size: 40.74 MB
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Fernea, as was suggested before, writes in the third phase of American attitudes
toward the East. Since Wharton and she write directly of their visits to Morocco,
rather than through the mediation of fiction, their respective works, In Morocco (
1920) and A Street in Marrakech (1980) provide a sharp contrast between early
twentieth-century attitudes that were already quite traditional and more recent
attitudes. Traveling in Morocco long after it reached its independence in 1956,
Fernea ...

Women Writing Culture

Author: Ruth Behar
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520202085
Size: 17.89 MB
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Examples include D. Amaury Talbot's book on the Ibibio women of southeastern
Nigeria, Women's Mysteries of a Primitive People; Ann Axtell Morris's two
accounts of archaeological fieldwork with her husband, Digging in Yucatan and
Digging in the Southwest; Mary Smith's life story of a Hausa woman, entitled
Baba ofKaro; Margery Wolf's family history, The House ofLim; and Elizabeth
Fernea's three memoirs, Guests of the Sheik, A View of the Nile, and A Street in
Marrakech.

Morocco

Author: Pat Seward
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
ISBN: 9780761420514
Size: 57.66 MB
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... which is more polluting (although new cars must use unleaded fuel); and many
vehicles in Morocco, including private cars, run on diesel fuel, which is more
polluting than gasoline. All of this adds up to the fact that Moroccans who live in
cities are forced to breathe very low-quality air every day. Something in the air •
The earth versus the people. Heavy traffic on a street in Marrakech. Air pollution
has become an issue of increasing concern among Moroccans living in cities and
towns.

Women Of Marrakech

Author: Leonora Peets
Publisher: Duke Univ Pr
ISBN:
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Not with the detached gaze of a mere observer but on the basis of her
thoroughgoing participation, Peets' stories expose the fabric, texture and tenor of
women's experience in Marrakech. Hers is a singular voice which speaks in
depth of Moroccan women not in the post-colonial present as does Elizabeth
Fernea in A Street in Marrakech (1975), but throughout a complex historical
period during which the political, social and economic enmeshing of Morocco
with Europe generated ...

Morocco

Author: Jeff Koehler
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 0811877388
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Snails are a street-stall staple, especially in Marrakech on Djemaa eI Fna square,
where a line of sturdy carts sells them by the broth-filled bowl. The flavorful broth
sipped at the end is said to be a restorative and digestive. But what's in it? One
respected attar (spice seller) in Marrakech gave me a list of more than fifteen
spices from thyme and licorice to lavender and tea leaves. “Which are the most
important?" I asked. “They all are," he said. “The balance has to be right." Here I
have ...

Urban Anthropology

Author:
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Herthird and latest work, A Street in Marrakech, is the same type of work, a sort of
"ethnographic novel" based on the author's personal experiences and
observations, this time in the urban culture of a Moroccan city. In her highly
readable style, she unfolds the adventures and problems she and her family had
in learning about this culture. While her novelist's approach is sometimes
frustrating to an anthropologist because of what she leaves out, her book is
nonetheless fascinating in ...

The Street Cats Of Marrakech

Author: Dee S. Tóth-Jones
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781908794086
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This is the story of Luhut, a small cat who lives on the colourful streets of Marrakech.