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This novel brilliantly captures important deviations from Tunisia’s contemporary history, and sometimes its current history, in which the search for the dynasty and the secrets of “the municipality” becomes an indication of the search for the self, the meaning of the homeland and its history. Although the historical references do not mention anything about the relationship of mourning with women except for his desperate defense of them, the author of the novel asserts, with the power of imagination, that it is a love of “Lalla Zubaydah.” Therefore, the reader will not see in the future the biography of the blacksmith without his beloved Zubaydah. This is from the magic of fictional fiction, and historians must deny the novelists if they find a way to a document or testimony, and how.
I have often compared the unwritten story of Tunisia to a wonderful mosaic of its richness and uniqueness. I think that this novel of Amira Ghoneim, as it narrates with skill and deep knowledge something of our Tunisian story, will undoubtedly occupy an excellent position within the blog of Arab narration. The real miserable masculine scandals?
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