First Tie Your Camel, Then Trust in God: An American Feminist in the Arab World
On a fateful evening in 1978, Chivvis Moore, living as a carpenter in California, stops by the house of an architect friend. ''What if I wrote to Hassan Fathy?'' Chivvis suggests, eager to meet the Egyptian author of the influential Architecture for the Poor. Less than three months later, Chivvis arrives in Cairo knowing virtually nothing about the culture and religion of the predominantly Muslim Middle East.
by : Chivvis Moore, 10 copies