Children of Gebelaawi, 1997 edition (referenced above), introduction, pp. .. God is gigantic." The first four sections retell, in succession, the stories of: Adam (Adham ) and how he was favoured by Gabalawi over the latter's other sons, including the eldest Satan/Iblis (Idris ). ^ Hafez, Sabry: "Introduction" to The Cairo Trilogy. pg xxxiv.
Children of Gabalawi, ( ) is a novel by the Egyptian writer and Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz. Children of our alley Author Naguib Mahfouz Originaltitle Translator Philip Stewart 1981 Peter Theroux 1999 Country Egypt Language Arabic Genre Novel Published 1959 (translation 13 April 1981) Mediatype Print (Paperback) Pages 355 p. It is also known by its Egyptian dialectal transliteration, Awlad Haretna, formal Arabic transliteration, Awlaadu Haaratena and by the alternative translated transliteral Arabic title of Children of Our Alley. In subsequent generations the heroes relive the lives of Moses (Gabal ), Jesus (Rifa'a ) and Muhammad (Qasim ). xlii. Arafa tries to use his knowledge of explosives to destroy the strongmen, but his attempts to discover Gabalawi's secrets leads to the death of the old man (though he does not directly kill him). As a result, in 1994 a day after the anniversary of the prize Mahfouz was attacked and stabbed in the neck by two extremists outside his Cairo home. Fortunately, Mahfouz survived the attack, yet he suffered from its consequences until his death in 2006. References. An English translation by Philip Stewart was published in 1981 and is still in print; when Stewart refused to sell his copyright, Doubleday commissioned a new version by Peter Theroux..
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