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Inaam Kachachi

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Name  Inaam Kachachi
Role  Journalist
Books  American Granddaughter

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Inaam Kachachi (Arabic: انعام كحه جه) (born 1952) is an Iraqi journalist and author. She was born in Baghdad and studied journalism at university. She worked as a journalist in both print media and radio before moving to France in 1979. She went on to obtain a PhD in Paris. She still lives and works in Paris, and is the local correspondent for a couple of Arabic-language newspapers.


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In 2004, Kachachi made a documentary on Naziha Al Dulaimi, the first female cabinet minister in the Arab world. She has also published several fiction and non-fiction titles. These are:

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  • Lorna, her years with Jawad Selim (Beirut, 1998) (non-fiction)
  • Paroles d’Irakiennes (Paris, 2003) (non-fiction)
  • Sawaqi al-Quloob (Streams of Hearts, 2005) (novel)
  • Al-Hafeeda al-Amreekiya (The American Granddaughter, 2008) (novel; translated into English by Nariman Youssef)
  • Tashari (2013)

  • Inaam Kachachi Inaam Kachachi on Tashari and the Iraq She Carries With Her

    Kachachi's second novel The American Granddaughter was nominated for the Arabic Booker Prize. Tashari was shortlisted for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction (2014).

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    Inaam Kachachi Wikipedia

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