In the graphic memoir my character explores the house in which she finds herself.
The classic Baghdadi house had a room on the second floor called the kabishkan which had glass-fronted walls that looked out onto the inner courtyard. It was used as a living room and sometimes as a storage space for dried food. My aunt Flora remembered doing her homework there.
And here’s the rough drawing of the flat roof where everyone slept during the summer months. Next step, colour!