The Blue Elephant () Karim Abdel Aziz and Marwan Hamed in The Blue .. The writer Ahmed Mourad changed the movie’s ending from his original novel. Mourad has written the novels Vertigo, Diamond Dust and Blue Elephant. Based on Ahmed Mourad’s best-selling novel by the same title, “Blue Elephant” the dance performance is being staged by the Egyptian Modern Dance Theatre.

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Why do you think relatively few Egyptian writers are writing thrillers?

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Do you have any advice to emerging Arab authors? Yes No Report this. A man who works in a pharmacy as a part time job to aid his financial status finds out that his father has been exterminated by a savage brute and sought to avenge him, then unlocks a whole melancholic world mohrad crime!

Wahed men el nas Egyptian novelists births Living people.

Do you seek advice from any other writers in the editing process? Earlier this year, film based on the same novel was released during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday following the end of Ramadan. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! The story of Samir, a family man who loses his job at the bank, later learns about the dark side of Egyptian life when he is recruited to be a part of a secret society. If you want to be a writer, just write.


To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Exit Door Bab Al-Khorouj: They also plant drugs and buy How did you prepare for it? However, due to time and staffing constraints such corrections will not be made across the board or on a regular basis. Also, a plot that has a crime is difficult for some writers. Trump slowing down troop pullout from Syria.

Syrian Novelist Khaled Khalifa: The novelist Ahmed Mourad in Diamond Dust novel brews up a diabolic concoction, a panacea for all our problems with mortals.

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. He did ask me to do it but I refused because I felt that I did not have the ability to portray it since I would not be presenting anything new.

They have their own set of rules, ethics and traditions.

I try to be accurate with my facts and honest with the emotions I portray and I choose a historical facts and characters that are close to the reader. So I revise my writing excessively and trim it to try to make it as accessible and acceptable to the reader as possible. The novel is heavy and engaging: Facing elpehant characters, seeing whether or not I have portrayed them as honestly and as deeply as I could, the dialogue, the finishing of the novel itself and the final outcome to bring it out e,ephant the image that I originally wanted.

Others said the abundance of detail was tedious and came at the expense of the ending. You are commenting using your WordPress. Wikimedia Commons mouurad media related to Ahmed Mourad. Ahmed Mourad’s The Blue Elephant turned into a dance performance.


The Blue Elephant

The clarity and sharpness of the smallest detail sends a chill through your spine and leaves you literally breathless with eyes as wide as two teacups casting glances at imaginary shadows around the room. The performance is directed and choreographed by Monadel Antar. Then there are history books. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It does not make me nervous because I am already a part of this formula.

Retrieved 17 February From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Later, it was made into a theatrical movie, The Blue Elephant Arabic: On the other hand, if after watching the series some of those would think of going to read the novel, then this in itself will have served the novel. The Blue Elephant is a gripping psychological thriller novel with a dash of romance, lust, blood, violence, voodoo, and a handful of quips. In May this year, the troupe directed by Monadel Antar performed Mawlana based on Ibrahim Eissa’s novel of the same name.

Monday, 31 December Like a tossed pebble into a pond, this psychological thriller novel will send far-reaching ripples down your spine!