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Li Kol Maqhourin Ajniha | Radwa Ashour

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In this book, what could be a continuation of the degrees of light coming from the character of Radwa Ashour.

It is the light emerging from its engagement with critical theories and with applied criticism. The light coming from her questioning her novelist experience and her redefinition not of the art of the novel, but of history as well; So that no one will find it easy, after today, to get involved in the cliché of the "historical novel" with an inappropriate simplicity. And the light that comes from a brave opposition to the pressures on Egyptian universities and their early response to political, academic and social practices that have never been silent even when they are in the age applicable between childhood and youth. And the light coming from a personal revelation about her motives for writing and her relationship to the Arabic language, heritage and beauty. And its light that resisted the application before many turned to its multiple dangers.

By reading this book, it becomes clear, but you have a picture of Radwa Ashour in the smallest details of her nobility and the splendor of her diversity. This is beauty against ugliness. As the poet Mourid Barghouti said: "Her smile is an opinion, the position of her step is an opinion, the stubbornness of her heart is an opinion, and her isolation from market culture is an opinion. Radwa Jamal is her opinion, and her opinion is her beauty."
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EGP 135
In this book, what could be a continuation of the degrees of light coming from the character of Radwa Ashour.

It is the light emerging from its engagement with critical theories and with applied criticism. The light coming from her questioning her novelist experience and her redefinition not of the art of the novel, but of history as well; So that no one will find it easy, after today, to get involved in the cliché of the "historical novel" with an inappropriate simplicity. And the light that comes from a brave opposition to the pressures on Egyptian universities and their early response to political, academic and social practices that have never been silent even when they are in the age applicable between childhood and youth. And the light coming from a personal revelation about her motives for writing and her relationship to the Arabic language, heritage and beauty. And its light that resisted the application before many turned to its multiple dangers.

By reading this book, it becomes clear, but you have a picture of Radwa Ashour in the smallest details of her nobility and the splendor of her diversity. This is beauty against ugliness. As the poet Mourid Barghouti said: "Her smile is an opinion, the position of her step is an opinion, the stubbornness of her heart is an opinion, and her isolation from market culture is an opinion. Radwa Jamal is her opinion, and her opinion is her beauty."
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