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Muddy People (Sara El Sayed, Black Inc.)

With elegant lyricism, compelling urgency and a dark sense of humour, Muddy People by Sara El Sayed is an impressive debut memoir from the young Egyptian–Australian writer. El Sayed’s work fleshes out the vulnerable, private space between the well-accepted narrative of respectable, hard-working migrants living in sunny Queensland (‘good Muslims’)...

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Category: Reviews