What is the almond in the novel "The Almond of Nedjma" a symbol for?

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What is the almond in the novel "The Almond of Nedjma" a symbol for? Female genitalia

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The novel "The Almond of Nedjma" describes the first-person narrators life as a woman in a Muslim country. The protagonist Badra develops from a happy and inquisitive teenager and virgin into a discontent, unsatisfied married woman. She runs off to the big city leaving a life entirely bereft of joy in the countryside, and in the big city she experiences a great love. She not only falls in laugh with a man, but with her in sexuality. This leads her to blossom into a sexual libertine, who is truly proud of her gender and enjoys her body.



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