By Salma K. Jayyusi, Mansour al-Hazimi, Izzat Khattab
This assortment opens up the varied and wealthy modern literature of Saudi Arabia to an English-speaking viewers. Salma okay Jayyusi, Mansour al-Hazimi and Izzat Khattab have prepare a different number of poetry, brief tales, novel extracts, own debts, drama and essays which offer a desirable perception into the demanding situations and tensions of a tradition that's delicately balancing the calls for of transformation whereas protecting onto hugely loved values and norms.
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Eventually, he chooses the first woman, who becomes the price of his sacrifice. Ibrahim al-Nasser does the same in his novel A Slit in the Night’s Attire. The family he chooses for this story also represents the middle class, business folk who cling tightly to customs and traditions. The family first undergoes social and economic change in the village, then moves to the city, with all its temptations, delights, freedom and problems. This subjects Haj ‘Ammar’s conservative family to the risks of collapse and break-up.
They often emphasised their objectives on the covers of their novels, in dedications and introductions. The 1950s and the 1960s witnessed some important new changes in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which encouraged the emergence of the novel as an art form, distinct from the didactic novel of the previous period. On the educational front, the number of schools multiplied and colleges and universities were established. On the social front, the Kingdom drew closer together, and the main towns began to attract many Bedouins and villagers, not accustomed to city life previously.
That said, it was not used in support of any distinguishing causes or matters. Instead, some works were merely soulless echoes of Arab voices outside Saudi Arabia. If you read the oeuvre of Tahir al-Zamakhshari, you will find that most of it revolves about local or Arab occasions. The poetry also reflects a passion for nature; it emulates al-Shabbi in choosing forests as a topic; it is about grievances which are quickly pacified by patience, hope, regret and repentance. Although al-Zamakhshari seems talented enough to have avoided pomposity in his poetry, his choice of subject matter did not serve to distinguish him from the other poets of his time.
Beyond The Dunes: An Anthology of Modern Saudi Literature by Salma K. Jayyusi, Mansour al-Hazimi, Izzat Khattab