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cover Bandarshah

By Tayeb Salih
Translated from the Arabic by Denys Johnson-Davies

UNESCO Collection of Representative Works

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Livre, 122 pages

Format: 22 x 14 cm

1996, 978-92-3-103174-8

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In this work, the Sudanese author Tayeb Salih recounts the life of a man who cannot remember his name, race, nor religion, and who speaks a language that no one understands. The villagers take him in, teach him the Koran, and give him a name, Dau al-Beit. When he gains back his strength, Dau al-Beit transforms the lives of the people who cared for him, enriching them with both ideas and material goods. The continuing narrative revolves around the semi-mythical figure of his son, nicknamed Bandarshah, and his large family. In an entrancing and luminous poetic style, Tayeb Salih creates a rich cast of characters to describe village rituals and the mysticism of the Arab world.

MOTS CLES · Littérature arabe · Oeuvre littéraire représentative · Roman · Soudan

 
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