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The People. Egypt's 2011 Revolution and Beyond.

Photographs by Laura El-Tantawy. Designed by Sybren Kuiper.
Nameless Publishing, The Netherlands, 2015. In Arabic. 80 pp., 110 color photos, 5 Egyptian revolution graffiti stencils, 12 text pages (in Arabic), 16½x11½".

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More than four years on The People chronicles how citizens in the Arab world’s largest nation fought for social and economic change in the face of a brutal political regime that wanted to maintain the status quo. Following El-Tantawy’s In the Shadow of the Pyramids — a first person account exploring memory and identity through the author’s experience before and during the country’s turbulent political struggle, The People takes a step back from the personal narrative.

Published in a newspaper format and narrated by “the people,” El-Tantawy’s second publication aims to preserve and celebrate the vanishing memory of one of the most historically relevant chapters in modern-day Egypt’s story. 

With its text in Arabic the books is meant to have the feel of an Arabic newspaper.

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