Objects & Places from Veiled Sentiments: Honor and Poetry in a Bedouin Society

Lila Abu-Lughod
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Alexandria - This is a large city located in Egypt.

Western Desert - This place receives two inches of rain yearly and lies west of Cairo and east of the Libyan border where many Bedouins lived.

Marsa Matruh - This is the largest city in the area where the Awlad 'Ali lived and most of the Awlad 'Ali men visited.

Tents - Bedouins used to live in these structures.

Veils - Most of the time, married women wear this item to show modesty.

Cairo - This place is the largest city in Egypt.

Vehicles - These are status symbols for Bedouin men, and the men like to be seen and photographed with them.

Quran - This is the Islamic book of scripture studied by Bedouin holy men.

Mariut Extension - This area is the site of a Bedouin land reclamation project.

White Clothing - Symbolizing purity, this...

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