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Book reviews : woman at point zero by nawal el saadawi (london, zed press, 1983) 106pp show all authors nancy murray nancy murray london. Our pages on these individual works by nawal el saadawi a woman at point zero nawal el saadawi : brief biographical. Woman at point zeroby nawal el saadawithe literary work a novel based on el saadawi's interview with a woman incarcerated in egypt's qanatir prison. Harriett gilbert talks to nawal el saadawi about her novel woman at point zero.
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