Tag Archive: religion

MENDING ZEBRA CROSSING – A SHORT STORY BY HELMI BEN MERIEM

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For A.R.   “Allah Akbar. Allah Akbar. . . Praying is more rewarding than sleeping.” On these words I wake up every morning. I put on my pyjamas and went to the bathroom.… Continue reading

THE INSISTENT QUESTION: James Wood’s ‘The Nearest Thing to Life’

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James Wood The Nearest Thing to Life (Jonathan Cape, 2015) By Andy Wimbush In a diary entry from 1922, André Gide records a conversation with his friend and fellow writer André Ruyters, who… Continue reading