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  • Between Quran and Kafkaby Navid Kermani

    Wiley 2016; US$ 26.95 US$ 23.36

    What connects Shiite passion plays with Brecht?s drama? Which of Goethe?s poems were inspired by the Quran? How can Ibn Arabi?s theology of sighs explain the plays of Heinrich von Kleist? And why did the Persian author Sadeq Hedayat identify with the Prague Jew Franz Kafka? ?One who knows himself and others will here too understand: Orient and... more...

  • Upheavalby Navid Kermani

    Wiley 2017; US$ 14.95 US$ 12.96

    By foot, in buses, prison vans and trains, a steady stream of refugees traveled from the Greek island of Lesbos into Europe. In the autumn of 2015, award-winning writer Navid Kermani decided to accompany them on the "Balkan route." In this perceptive account from the front line of the "refugee crisis," Kermani shows how a seemingly distant world in... more...

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