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Novel Gamrah’s mother - “woman is to man as butter is to sun.”

1-    Gamrah’s mother believes that “woman is to man as butter is to sun.” Do all the men in this novel have a corrupting influence on the women who love them? ?

2-    In what ways are Michelle, Gamrah, Lamees and Sadeem restricted by tradition and how do they work around it?

3-    This story of young women looking for love has been compared to books like Bridget Jones’s Diary and Sex and the City. In what ways does Girls of Riyadh’s geographic and social context set it apart from its Western counterparts?

4-    When she discovers her husband’s secrets, Gamrah desperately attempts to hold her marriage together. Do you think she is a victim of circumstance or is she guilty of dishonesty in her own right?

5-    What role does the widow Um Nuwayyir play for the girls? Is she a positive or negative model for them ?

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Novel Gamrah’s mother - “woman is to man as butter is to sun.”

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