They Die Strangers (CMES Modern Middle East Literatures in Translation Series)

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A novella and thirteen short stories by this distinguished Yemeni writer, dealing with the common experiences of Yemenis like himself who are caught between cultures by the displacements of civil war or labor migration.

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They Die Strangers, a novella and thirteen short stories, is the first full-length work of the di....

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Abubaker Bagader is Professor of Sociology at King Abdul Aziz University in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia. Deborah Akers is associated with the Anthropology Department at Ohio State University.

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