Amin Maalouf

Amin Maalouf

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In this cogent and persuasive examination of identity in the modern world, Amin Maalouf moves across the world's history, faiths, and politics, outlining the way the notion of a singular identity-personal, religious, ethnic, or national-can give rise to heated passions and even massive crimes. Although written before the events of September 11, the essence of Maalouf's rumination couldn't be more relevant....

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The struggles in the Levant after World War II are brought painfully to life in this delicate, compassionate novel.

Ossyane, a young Lebanese of both aristocratic Ottoman and humble Armenian origins, goes to Montpellier, France, to study away from the burden of his liberal father's revolutionary ambitions. World War II breaks out and Ossyane is drawn into the Resistance, where he meets Clara, who is Jewish. He returns to Beirut and, despite the obvious obstacles, to a happy marriage with Clara. The Jewish-Muslim couple move to Haifa, but if one war has made a hero out of Ossyane, another, much closer to home, is destined to split him from his wife and separate him from the people and the world that he loves....


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The author has combed the works of contemporary Arab chronicles of the Crusades, eyewitnesses and often participants. He retells their story and offers insights into the historical forces that shape Arab and Islamic consciousness today....

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