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رواية مشجعة تعكس تجربة المسلم الحديثة

When Leila Aboulela was growing up in Khartoum, Sudan, her mind was on the Minnesota prairie. She had never been there — and still hasn’t, decades later — but she traveled the frontier with Laura Ingalls Wilder’s “Little House” series. It was one of her first experiences with literature and its power to transport readers to new

مراجعة كتاب The Kindness of Enemies من قبل San Francisco Chronicle

“The Kindness of Enemies,” Leila Aboulela’s beautiful new book, is really a double helix of two novels that wind around each other, without ever touching. The first unfolds in contemporary Scotland, where Natasha Wilson, a historian of Russian and Sudanese descent, finds herself snowbound in the family home of a student, Oz (necessarily shortened, post-9/11,

رواية ليلى أبو العلا الجديدة هي حساب قوي للكونية الإسلامية

Avid readers of contemporary African fiction have much to thank Leila Aboulela for. Today African writing is highly sought-after in the global literary market. It was not always like that. After the slump of the ‘80s and ‘90s, it was writers such as Aboulela, in the company of Yvonne Vera, Ben Okri, Helon Habila and

“The Kindness of Enemies” يستكشف الجذور العميقة للحرب على الإرهاب

The flames of Sept. 11, 2001, not only recast America’s future, they also illuminated a ­long-neglected history of conflict between the West and certain strains of Islam. Suddenly, for many of us, the present day had malignant roots we’d never recognized. Salman Rushdie recently added to the library of books on this vast subject with “Two Years

مراجعة The Kindness Of Enemies من موقع Kirkus Reviews

قام موقع Kirkus Reviews بعمل مراجعة لكتاب The Kindness of Enemies لكاتبته الروائية ليلى أبو العلا The award-winning author of Lyrics Alley (2011) and The Translator (2006) explores the role of old conflicts in the rise of modern extremism—and in the struggle against it. A professor of history, Natasha Wilson is researching the life of Imam Shamil, a 19th-century chieftain

مراجعة كتاب The Kindness of Enemies من قبل موقع قنطرة

قام موقع قنطرة بعمل مراجعة لكتاب The Kindness of Enemies لكاتبتة الروائية ليلى أبو العلا. تجدون أدناه نص المراجهة In her engrossing fourth novel, “The Kindness of Enemies”, the Sudanese-British writer Leila Aboulela tackles themes of identity, jihad and Sufism. She does so through two parallel narratives, one set in contemporary Scotland and Sudan, the other in

مراجعة كتاب The Kindness of Enemies من قبل yvonnespence

قام موقع yvonnespence بعمل مراجعة لكتاب The Kindness of Enemies لكاتبتة الروائية ليلى أبو العلا. تجدون أدناه نص المراجهة Leila and I met over 20 years ago when we were taking a creative writing class. The day I first noticed her, she told the class she was delighted to have just finished writing her first ever short

مراجعة كتاب The Kindness Of Enemies من قبل scotsman

TALE set in two time periods impresses Allan Massie with its surefooted handling of politics and gender The Kindness Of Enemies by Leila Aboulela The Kindness of Enemies is a hybrid novel, one part contemporary, the other historical. There are a couple of links, and we may assume that the historical sections are written by

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