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araian Collected over the centuries from India, Persia, and Arabia, and ranging from adventure fantasies, vivacious erotica, and animal fables, to pointed Sufi tales, these stories provided the daily entertainment of the medieval Islamic world at the height of its glory. What is clear, however, is that O’Brien wants to understand violence, not exploit it that he has written a risky, ambitious, perceptive, engaging and troubling novel, full of unresolved and unresolvable energies and powerful prose, a major attempt to come to grips with the causes and consequences of the late 20th Century’s unquenchable appetite for violence, both domestic and foreign.
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The second advantage is that it is more authentic than Burton’s text.
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