Don’t get me wrong: I think that crossing true red lines and discussing subjects that are considered “out of bounds” has a real place in art and literature, most particularly if this line-crossing is done with an original aesthetic sense.
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This week, Qantara talks to prominent Lebanese author Alawiya Sobh, whose novel It’s Called Love was longlisted for this year’s Arabic Booker. An excerpt of the novel appeared in translation in Banipal 36. But Qantara’s Mona Naggar didn’t ask about… Read More ›