Sahar Mandour

Lebanese-Egyptian author Sahar Mandour has written four novels—two of which, 32 and A Beiruti Love, were best-sellers at the Arab Book Fair in Beirut in 2009 and 2010. Incisive and funny, Mandour’s work largely deals with the intricacies of daily life in Lebanese society, charting the navigation of social codes and their impact on work, love, family, and friendship.

  • 32 by Sahar Mandour
    August 14, 2014 | Sahar Mandour
    A best-seller at the 2010 Arab Book Fair in Beirut, 32 follows the life of a young woman in her thirties, her four female friends, and a Sri Lankan domestic worker. The book sheds light o...

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