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A Portable Egypt starts from the human ironies of the polemical clash over abortion, the vatic experiments of a dressmaker, and the bewilderments of a thinking woman faced with the compulsions of religion. The compulsions are inner and outer: how should Mim cope with her recurrent love for demanding religion, and how can she resist religion when it demands too much? Disarming, satirical, erotic, searching, A Portable Egypt is a religious novel for people who are drawn to religion against their better judgment.

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