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Mordechai's Moustache and his Wife's Cats, and other stories

by Mahmoud Shukair

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0954966635, Paperback)

Mahmoud Shukair s first major publication in English translation enthralls, surprises and even shocks as one of the world s most original of storytellers excels in exposing the surreal moments in the ordinary and the mundane, the limits of human frustration and patience.

Brimming with humour that ranges from the funny and the farcical, to satire and black comedy, with a painter s eye for colour and detail, Shukair s stories present a unique commentary on the power of human imagination to see beyond the particular.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:47 -0400)

Brimming with humour that ranges from the funny and the farcical, to satire and black comedy, Shukair's stories present a unique commentary on the power of the human spirit to see beyond the particular.

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