El Oasis

January 28, 2020

El Oasis

Titulo del libro: El Oasis

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SINOPSIS

· A novel that won the first edition of the International Prize of Arabic Fiction in 2008. · Set in Egypt in the late nineteenth century during the revolts against the English occupation, this novel raises a parallel between those altercations and the present ones. Of 8 languages, this book has given international recognition to Bahaa Taher, who had been censored by the Egyptian military regime for decades. · A novel about how our past can persecute us to the point of causing us to completely lose our reason.To disappear. To escape from Cairo; Of their revolutions and of their lies; Of the English occupation and of the Egyptians themselves. To yield to the temptation of the desert. To abandon yourself to him and accept what you have reserved. Although it is the death. Thus conceives Mahmud, protagonist of the novel, the order that receives from the Egyptian government to move to the oasis of Siwa, where it will have to prevail like prefect of police. There, where as many as he fell, he will be accompanied by his wife Catherine, an Irishwoman obsessed with History and find the tomb of Alexander the Great, supposedly hidden in that desert. A desert that with a single and simple blow could bury everything and everyone under the weight of its dunes. · A novel that won the first edition of the International Prize of Arabic Fiction in 2008. · Set in Egypt in the late nineteenth century during the Revolts against the English occupation, this novel raises to parallel between those altercations and the present ones. Of 8 languages, this book has given international recognition to Bahaa Taher, who had been censored by the Egyptian military regime for decades. · A novel about how our past can persecute us to the point of causing us to completely lose our reason.To disappear. To escape from Cairo; Of their revolutions and of their lies; Of the English occupation and of the Egyptians themselves. To yield to the temptation of the desert. To abandon yourself to him and accept what you have reserved. Although it is the death. Thus conceives Mahmud, protagonist of the novel, the order that receives from the Egyptian government to move to the oasis of Siwa, where it will have to prevail like prefect of police. Catherine, an Irishwoman obsessed with History and find the tomb of Alexander the Great, supposedly hidden in that desert. A desert that with a single and simple blow could bury everything and everyone under the weight of their dunes.