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The Dark Side Of Love

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by Rafik Schami
Rafik Schami’s “The Dark Side of Love” is a story of forbidden love set against the background of Arabic culture and endless feuds between clans. On publication it became international bestseller and here has been translated by the award-winning Anthea Bell.
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The Calligrapher's Secret

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by Rafik Schami
Even as a young man, Hamid Farsi is acclaimed as a master of the art of calligraphy. But as time goes by, he sees that weaknesses in the Arabic language and its script limit its uses in the modern world. In a secret society, he works out schemes for radical reform, never guessing what risks he is running. His beautiful wife, Noura, is ignorant of the great plans on her husband's mind. She knows only his col...
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The Barbary Figs

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by Rashid Boudjedra
Two old friends find themselves side by side on the flight from Algiers to Constantine. There is a lot of history between them, as well as bad blood. They have lived very different lives, even though they are bound by shared experiences from their youth, chief among them the Algerian War of Independence. The flight will last only an hour - an hour during which both their stories will be told, interspersed a...
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B As In Beirut

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by Iman Humaydan Younes
The four interlocking narratives that make up this extraordinary novel belong to four women who live in the same apartment building in Beirut during the Lebanese civil war. There is Lilian with her two children, desperate to emigrate, with or without her husband. Warda cannot recover from the loss of her daughter, and finds that no matter how many times she goes over it, the story of her life no longer make...
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