"In January 2011, Egypt’s youth launched a revolt, unseating Hosni Moubarak from power after 30 years. Five years later came disaster. An omnipotent military State is once again in power and the repression of political opponents is murderous.
The photographs of Pauline Beugnies, the cartoons of Ammar Abo Bakr, and the words of journalist Ahmed Nagy, together form a picture of a generation driving the hopes of the Arab world."
The book is presented in a notebook format, with leatherette covers and an elastic band to hold it closed.
Texts in Arabic and French.
168 pages - Hardcover
Le bec en l'air, 2015
New - Mint condition (stored with elastic band loose)
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