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  1. says:

    Children of Our Alley Children of Gebelawi, Naguib MahfouzChildren of the Alley, is a novel by the Egyptian writer and Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz It is also known by its Egyptian dialectal transliteration, Awlad Haretna, formal Arabic transliteration, Awlaadu Haaratena and by the alternative translated trans literal Arabic title of Children of Our Alley.The story recreates the interlinked history of the three monotheistic Abrahamic religions Judaism, Christ


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    Oh, the banality of human beliefs Some years back, when I introduced Mahfouz to my eager son, who quickly made him one of his favourite authors, I told him that this parable on the development of human beliefs, societies and rituals is a quite simple, yet true tale After he had read it, he agreed, and claimed other works by this versatile author his preferred reading.Thinking back though, I am convinced that it is precisely the banality of the cyclical need for re


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    Our plague is forgetfulness.To think that an attempt was made on Naguib Mahfouz s life for writing this book is beyond ridiculous It shows that those who want to shut up books aren t really bothered with actual offensive material but react to perceptions of insult to their ideology in a world in which they are becoming increasingly outdated and irrelevant, hence all this mindless sensitiveness.As to the novel itself, I had a hard time with its two dimensional charact


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    Initially I was put off by the violence, the foreign ness of this novel but I m very glad I persisted This is a retelling of Biblical and Islamic stories of heroes and villains with the heroes occasionally victorious but the world eventually sinking back into the same mire of brutality and rule of the sword The heroes are not equally or identically heroic, each trying a different way to bring peace and equality to the world None is fully successful It would appear that ma


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    I have read quite a few novels by Naguib Mahfouz and found this one weaker than what I have read before The premise is a good one to cover the spiritual history of mankind in terms of our efforts to improve our existence and society.Using the framework of key historical moments, he offers tales concerning the inhabitants dwelling in an Egyptian alley All these people have a common ancestor and indeed exist to greater or lesser degrees by the whim of their patriarch In each pe


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    Moses, Jesus, Mohammed, all portrayed as characters in an alley, as Children of their founder Gebelaawi Fascinating, with some slow parts But fascinating.


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    Our alley is plagued with forgetfulness Forgetfulness, what a plague..And because of this forgetfulness, the same story is repeated over and over again, with different characters and at different times.We are before an extraordinary novel Extraordinary in every sense of word It is a novel that was about to bring its author to his doom after being misinterpreted by a group of fascist Islamists who took it for being blasphemous.Let s admit, however, that it s not a novelOur alley is p


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    This is an allegory on the history of prophets of Abraham religions Adam, Moses, Jesus, Mohammad represented as far as humanly possible Gebelaawi, the creator of an alley, favored his son from a servant Adham over his other sons of higher birth including Idris Iblis Idris walked out on his father and later tricked Adham into the temptation of knowing G s will causing G to throw him outYour mind stays in the place it s been thrown out ofAdham lived on hoping to get back the comfor This is


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    translated by Philip Stewart Read By Robert Blumenfeld Copyright 1981 Audiobook Copyright 2006 Genre Fiction religion Total Duration 13 23 38 view spoiler Book Description Naguib Mahfouz guides us on a journey through the history of the tumultuous alley belonging to a delightful and sometimes diabolical Egyptian family the descendants of a man named Gebelawi We accompany them in their struggles to right their wrongs, to eke out a better existence for themselves and their cohorts translated b


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    A masterpiece One of the best books I read in my life I think every Arab should read it.


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About the Author: Naguib Mahfouz

Naguib Mahfouz Arabic author profile was an Egyptian writer who won the 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature He published over 50 novels, over 350 short stories, dozens of movie scripts, and five plays over a 70 year career Many of his works have been made into Egyptian and foreign films.