Book review: Sufism in the Contemporary Arabic Novel, written by Ziad Elmarsafy

in Journal of Arabic Literature
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Book review: Sufism in the Contemporary Arabic Novel, written by Ziad Elmarsafy

in Journal of Arabic Literature

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    Najīb MaḥfūẓAl-Liṣṣ wa-l-Kilāb (al-Qāhira: Maktabat Miṣr1964). Translated as The Thief and the Dogs by Trevor Le Gassick and M.M. Badawi (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press 1984). Also see Muḥsin J. Mūsawī Islam on the Street: Religion in Modern Arabic Literature 181.

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    Aḥmad TawfīqJārāt Abī Mūsā (Morocco: Dār al-Qubbah al-Zarqāʾ1997). Translated as Abu Musa’s Women Neighbors trans. Roger Allen (California: The Post-Apollo Press 1997).

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    Ibid.85-87. See the detailed description of Umm al-Hurr’s Thursday rituals with her harem her pilgrimage and her death.

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    See Hayden WhiteMetahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press1973).

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