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Paula Jacques, Susan Cohen-Nicole (Goodreads Author) (narrator). In Light of My Eye, Paula Jacques, born in Egypt, recreates the vanished world of cosmopolitan Cairo with remembered affection and amusing dialogue. Her novel depicts the turbulent waning days of its once thriving Jewish community, during the strange and ominous time between the collapse of the Egyptian monarchy and Nasser's rise to power.
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Published in France in 1980 as Lumiere de l’Oeil, Light of My Eye is the first of Jacques’s eight novels to appear in English.
All Books PBS Market (New Books). Light of My Eye Author: Paula Jacques, translator, Susan Cohen-Nicole.
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1417 downloads at 19 mb/s. In Light of My Eye, Paula Jacques, born in Egypt, recreates the vanished world of cosmopolitan Cairo with remembered affection and amusing dialogue
1417 downloads at 19 mb/s. At its center are the pre-adolescent Mona Castro and her family, whose lives and destinies the author evokes in a series of scenes that veer between poignancy and wit.
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Paula Jacques is the pen name of Paula Abadi (b. Cairo, May 8, 1949). Paula Jacques’s work reconstructs the life of the mostly French-speaking Egyptian Jewish community prior to their expulsion at the time of the Suez crisis.
Paula Jacques (born Paula Abadi on 8 May 1949) is a French novelist, journalist, and host of the program Cosmopolitaine on the French public station France Inter. Jacques was born in Cairo, Egypt. She and her family were expelled from Egypt in 1957 during the period of nationalization under President Gamal Abdel Nasser. The family immigrated to Israel where Jacques lived on a kibbutz for three years. In 1961, Jacques and her family left Israel for France.
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