Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail - Chapter 8 through Postscript Summary & Analysis

Malika Oufkir
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Chapter 8 through Postscript Summary and Analysis

In Chapter eight, Malika and her family were taken to a palatial home in Marrakesh. They were given permission to order anything they wanted to eat, to furnish their home and to make their lives more pleasant but remained captives. The health of the various family members was unstable and Mimi had to be hospitalized for a month. Malika, in an effort to recover lost body muscle, exercised daily. They were given free access to television but had lost out on two decades of cinematography and some movies were simply incomprehensible. Malika said that if they caused problems, the television shows were censored. The French attorneys who had agreed to represent them failed to renew contact, a fact that Malika said was worrisome. They then met another official, Miatre Kiejman, who said they would be allowed to...

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