Al-Asfouriyah is a novel by the Saudi writer Ghazi Abdul Rahman Al-Qusaibi, which is about 300 pages long, and was ranked 35th in the list of the 100 best Arabic novels.
Its events take place in "Al-Asfouriyah" (psychiatric hospital), its hero is the professor who was one of those who entered this clinic. Sessions of emptying and talking with the therapist psychiatrist, or perhaps it is a long and very long dialogue, but he is dominated by the ironic mold. Something in the Arab and Western world that was not mentioned in some way, the novel is rich in ideas and various information about events and large well-known personalities, whether they are political, intellectual, scientific figures ..., it is a cognitive and cultural encyclopedia full of various and fast information about people You may have heard of their names and never had a chance to know them.
Return to exile
Return to Exile, an Egyptian novel written by the Egyptian writer Abu El-Maati Abu El-Naga. She was chosen as one of the 100 best Arabic novels.
The story tells of the transformation of the dream and hopes of the Egyptian 67th revolution into a nightmare, and people differed in their interpretation, searching for a path to light. Out of his patriotism, the writer took the love of the preacher of the Arab revolution as the subject of his novel, as he summoned the character "Abdullah Al-Nadim", who returned from his exile in Palestine in such circumstances to a new exile in a slave nation whose people had captured the wounds of defeat.