For the first time, an Arabic work makes its way into the repertoire of the Comédie française: Rituals of a metamorphosis, by Saadallah Wannous. In the long history of the House of Molière, which, this year, celebrates its 333rd birthday, this is an important event.Read the full story »
The Crocodiles Trilogy is a history of the so called Arab Spring in Egypt.
Clearly inspired by Orwell’s Animal Farm, in The truth, Harb uses the metaphor of poultry to criticize contemporary Arab societies, and tackle the issue of the resort to a radical and political Islam as a solution to our societies’ difficulties.
‘The king of Galilee’, a very-well written epic tale, goes over the story of Zaher Al Omar, a figure of Arab history, who, in the 18th century, fought the Ottoman Empire for independance.