Sun, March 26, 2006 6:00 pm at Alwan for the Arts
BURNING IN THE PAST TENSE
READING (Arabic & English) & DISCUSSIO
With Brent Edwards & Lynn Love
Sunday, March 26, 2006, 6:00 PM
About the Book
“Sharp language like the guillotine of exile, and with infinite meanings.” Ali Al-Raee, Tishreen (Syria)
“Shadoud's book has to be read the way archeologists look for antiquities. The pieces of mysterious and disparate boards need to be gathered and reassembled seeking for the original text.” Ali Al-Azir, Al-Balad (Lebanon)
“This kind of writing is closer to a visual dialogue, that is based on movement rather than on words.” Maher Sharaf Eddine, Annahar (Lebanon)
“... In it we discover the sources of prose and the lingering shadows of poetic stories. He reinterprets the tales of people thrown in the vast museum of life, with its mountains, lands, alleys, and houses of mud and decaying concrete.” Akram Alkatreb, Al-Mustaqbal (Lebanon)
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