M'Hashish
M'Hashish
Translated by Paul Bowles


"Ah," said Hassan, "I don't believe in the world. There's another world where life is different."

These are stories of that world. The word m’hashish (equivalent in Moghrebi of “behashished" or “full of hashish”) is used only in a literal sense, but also figuratively, to describe a person whose behavior seems irrational or unexpected. The tales here deal with some of the possible results, desirable and questionable, of being in that state.

Title M'Hashish
Translated by Paul Bowles
Publisher City Lights Publishers
BISAC Subject Heading FIC000000 FICTION
Title First Published 01 November 1969
Format Paperback
Nb of pages 56 p.
ISBN-10 0872860345
ISBN-13 9780872860346
Publication Date 01 November 1969
Main content page count 56
Weight 16 oz.
List Price $11.95
 


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