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Who Says Courtship Is Obsolete ....? single work   interview  
Alternative title: كتاب طريف عن طرق الزواج التقليدية
Date: 13 Mar 2012
Issue Details: First known date: 2002... 2002 Who Says Courtship Is Obsolete ....?
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Courting Samira is a book by Sydney-based author and editor Amal Awad. It tells the story of Samira - a headscarf wearing 27-year old. While her colleagues' work days are punctuated by bars and boyfriends, Samira faces an endless round of visiting male suitors in her living room. This podcast contains an interview with the author. [Adapted from the SBS webpage]

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Language: Arabic , English
The interviewer speaks in Arabic; Amal Awad answers in English. As the interview progresses, the interviewer switches to English, then back to Arabic.
Link: Web resource Sighted: 07/06/2012
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    y separately published work icon SBS Podcasting SBS Podcasts SBS , 2002 Z1549557 2002 website SBS Podcasting provides audio and video downloads and podcast feeds for some SBS programs. SBS Radio is, according to its website, 'the world's most linguistically diverse broadcaster.' SBS , 2002
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