Ahmad Gabr  |  Literature  |  2013  |  Egypt
This novel discusses the social and economic circumstances in Egypt, before, during and after the revolution. It sheds light on the interpersonal relationships between Egyptians, from a religious and a social perspective, as well as their relationships with their leadership and how it has evolved over time. The novel also looks into Egyptian society’s changing relationship to television as a primary source, and often the only source – of knowledge.