The splendour of Islamic calligraphy

Capa
Rizzoli, 1977 - 254 páginas
0 Críticas

No interior do livro

Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica

Não foram encontradas quaisquer críticas nos locais habituais.

Índice

Foreword
11
For preceding read following
17
J ric yi uyui Liuriz yj trie 1111
28
Direitos de autor

1 outras secções não apresentadas

Outras edições - Ver tudo

Palavras e frases frequentes

Acerca do autor (1977)

Primarily a novelist, Abdelkebir Khatibi of Morocco is one of the most philosophically engaging and stylistically innovative Maghrebian writers of the French language. Drawing upon his native Arab-Berber oral traditional and cultural heritage, his writings trace the journey of a man constantly in search of a new identity. This search is reflected in such works as La Memoire Tatouee (1971), Le Livre du Sang (1983), and Un Ete a Stockholm (1990). In his work, Khatibi has created a fictional world in which elements such as character and setting anticipate and complement each other. Together with a skillful use of inchoate patterns and themes, Khatibi's style is characterized by a subtle use of language with which he conveys a sense of otherness or difference in a world where individual identity is constantly threatened by sameness. Khatibi's major fictional writings include La Memoire Tatouee (1971), Amour Bilingue (1983), Le Livre du Sang (1983), Maghreb au Pluriel (1983), Figures de l'Etranger (1987), Par-dessus l'Epaule (1988), and Un Ete a Stockholm (1990). Of these, only one work (Amour Bilingue) has been translated into English as Love in Two Languages.

Informação bibliográfica