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Can Khartoum Reclaim Its Reputation As An Arabic Literature Capital?
"These are hard times for bookstores everywhere, of course. ... But there is more at work here, in a city long famous as a big market for Arabic writers. Books and reading are embedded profoundly in Khartoum's self-image and the country's history, and there is growing worry that the collapse of book culture is a direct mirror of the country's overall decline." The New York Times 09/18/13
Posted September 24, 2013 12:54 AM

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