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The hakawati tradition also explains the novel’s seemingly random structure. Storytellers are not bound by the demands of reason or even by a disciplined imagination.
They wander where their. Rabih Alameddine discusses his new book, The Hakawati. As the protagonist sits by the bedside of his dying father, the reader is pulled into an otherworldly web of. The tour de force of Rabih Alameddine's novel The Hakawati ("storyteller" in Arabic) is that it moves effortlessly between the classic narrative traditions of The Thousand and One Nights and the.
In “The Hakawati,” the framing narrative, set inconcerns a young man’s trip from Los Angeles to his father’s deathbed in Beirut.
Rabih Alameddine follows his bestseller, The Hakawati, with a heartrending novel that celebrates the singular life of an obsessive introvert, revealing Beirut’s beauties and horrors along the way.
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Suchitra Bajpai Chaudhary talks to storyteller Ahmad Yousuf about the power and purpose of this. The Hakawati Rabih Alameddine, Author. Knopf $ (p) ISBN Buy this book a hakawati, or storyteller. Their stories are crosscut with two sinuous Arabian tales: one.
The Hakawati Project. likes. The Hakawati Project is a 2 month comprehensive filmmaking lab in various disciplines of cinema that work in concert to produce 6 short films made under the 5/5.
Rabih Alameddine is the author of the novels An Unnecessary Woman; I, the Divine; Koolaids; The Hakawati; and the story collection, The Perv. Inhe won the Dos Passos Prize.