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Book review: 'Elsewhere Home' by Leila Aboulela

Leila Aboulela’s second book of short stories follows the well-worn, but distinctly fresh trajectory of her novels The Translator and Minaret which focus on home, belonging and displacement. Longliste... read more

Book Review: ‘Elsewhere, Home’ is an enchanting collection of short stories

CHICAGO: Longlisted for the People’s Book Prize 2018, “Elsewhere, Home” by Leila Aboulela is an enchanting collection of short stories that stretch from the heart of Khartoum and its “bone-colored sky ... read more

Nigeria: 25 New Books By African Writers You Should Read

The Kindness of Enemies, by Leila Aboulela (Grove Atlantic ... Zimbabweans living in Edinburgh but waiting for the time to be right to return, triumphantly, home. As he put it in an interview, "most o... read more

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A thrilling and satisfying polemic

Despite all this, she has been subjected to the insult of being perceived as “the enemy within”, and finds herself wondering whether the UK will still be a home for her grandchildren ... Guardian News ... read more

Boxes score: Decatur Commodore uniforms a hit on 'Antiques Roadshow'

“Going through them, I was like a kid in a candy store,” said Allen, an avid memorabilia collector whose home includes a room of mostly St ... 60 and the appraisal by sports memorabilia expert Leila D... read more

Jordan Reportedly Bans Band With Gay Frontman From Performing

Mashrou' Leila had been slated to play at the famous Roman amphitheater in Amman, where they have previously performed three times, as well as elsewhere across the country ... we have always considere... read more

Kyrgyz opposition seizes buildings

BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan | The president of Kyrgyzstan declared from hiding Thursday that he would not surrender to a violent uprising that put the opposition in control of much of the country, home to a . ... read more

Africa: Nairobi Wins 2002 Caine Prize

Leila Aboulela, from Egypt/Sudan, won the inaugural Prize in 2000 for 'The Museum' in 'Opening Spaces', published by Heinemann. The Caine Prize is awarded for a work by an African writer, published in ... read more

Stanley’s Gig

Stanley Myer - William Sanderson Elanor Whitney - Marla Gibbs Leila - Faye Dunaway Abe Cohen - Steven Tobolowsky ... Stanley takes a job as a musically inclined recreational therapist at a nursing hom... read more

A Muslim woman struggles with identity in the novel 'The Kindness of Enemies' by Leila Aboulela

Award-winning Sudanese writer Leila ... Aboulela earned an economics degree from Khartoum University and a masters from the London School of Economics. She later settled with her family in Scotland, w... read more

Minaret by Leila Aboulela

Also, I found the frankness about various issues, including class, sex and race, to be refreshing. Aboulela describes Najwa’s only sexual experience with Anwar in a way that is not sensational or cond... read more

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