Arab sci-fi novel 'Frankenstein in Baghdad' embodies all that's evil in modern-day Iraq - Books - Haaretz.com
A car bomb explodes, detonated by U.S. troops after it was discovered at the scene of the double car bombing in Baghdad, Iraq Thursday, April 14, 2005. AP Photo/Samir Mizban

Arab Sci-fi Novel 'Frankenstein in Baghdad' Embodies All That's Evil in Modern-day Iraq

Featuring a creature made of terror victims' body parts, the novel is a ground-breaker in Arab literature that paints an authentic picture of a bleeding city

One of the sessions at the Shubbak festival of contemporary Arab culture in London two years ago,dealt with the science-fiction...

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