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Oct 6, 2013 — Phyllis Chesler met Abdul-Kareem — a young, wealthy Muslim — in college. They fell in love, got married and, in 1961, traveled to his native Afghanistan together. There, Chesler soon found herself a virtual prisoner — an Afghan wife with no rights. An American Bride in Kabul is her memoir of that experience.
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Nov 2, 2005 — At the center of the book is the battle between obligation to one's community and the obligation to one's individual interests and needs. It's that tension that produces guilt — and it's the springboard for a collection of delightful essays.
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Jun 7, 2005 — Melissa Bank, author of The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing, offers the story of Sophie Applebaum from girlhood to womanhood in this summer pick from critic Alan Cheuse.
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Jun 7, 2005All Things Considered book critic Alan Cheuse recommends this novel about a former CIA agent who has taken on so many false identities that his own true identity becomes uncertain.
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