In the Streets of Paris

15th Sep

A novel and first printed book for Fatima Al Hammadi, issued by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development in 2009. It contains twelve chapters with the following  titles: "  France Winter", "Curiosity toward the sands of the Arabian Desert," "The Last Supper", "New Sun Shines on the Old Man Building, ""From the Chastity Country she Came to live  in the capital of Gaul, ""  At Last  Louis, ""  The Intention"" The road to Ras Al Khaimah, "" Bonjour the Breeze of Paris "  Do Not Say I will do it Tomorrow ","  I am No More Your Owner ",            "  Between The Eyelashes  come the Tears of Joy and Sadness. "

  The novel "In  the streets of Paris," written in   eighty-pages is a social story takes place between the Arabian Eastern environment  in Ras Al Khaimah  of the UAE, and the European West in Paris, capital of France, dealing with  the human tale in an old Parisian building, in everyday relations and intimate  social studies that marred with some tendencies of self-interest and selfishness, despite the harshness of life experienced by this environment figures, including two young men "Clark" and "Louis" and the girls:   "Sally", "Nadine and "Rabia" ,"Cosette" and "Patrick" "Nadine "and" Matthew. "

It is a novel of dialogue between East and West and Islam, looking for   God in the land of monotheism and worship, and the story of the UAE city "Ras Al Khaimah" that digs deep in the conscience of a Parisian woman, who has married   "Saif" to give birth to him, "Alia" and "Luis," a tale of returning seagul to his native homeland, to meet his sister who lived in the UAE with her uncle.  Fatima Al Hammadi writes in  her novel the verbal words on the lips of mother in  the letter her will for her son Luis, "Dear, I was married to a man named Saif, I know you will be surprised by this strange name , yes . Your father is Arabian from Ras Al Khaimah. 
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