Cairo: Her City, Our Revolution

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Best-selling Egyptian author Ahdaf Soueif (who wrote The Map of Love, which was nominated for the 1999 Booker Prize) talks with IDEAS host Paul Kennedy about the 18 days in Cairo's Tahrir Square that defined the Arab Spring. This interview occured at Montreal's Blue Metropolis Literary Festival, where Soueif had just been rewarded the Al Majidi Ibn Dhaher Arab Prize.

Cairo: My City, My Revolution is published by Bloomsbury.

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