Sudan

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Synonyms for Sudan

a region of northern Africa to the south of the Sahara and Libyan deserts

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The quartet was written between 1957 and 1960, the period I had been sent by my father to the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, as it was then called, as punishment for running up debts.
But to put it mildly, this North African giant looks much trapped in its past glories when it had control over south Sudan as part of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
But similar to the history of all colonized peoples and regions, when the British invaded Darfur in 1916, in order to block any possible French infiltration from the west, the region became effectively the property of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, and subsequently, was inherited by the independent Sudan in 1956.
This chapter explores the process of reforming 'refractory' female bodies in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
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