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  Leila Aboulela’s Minaret as a Trauma Fiction: literary tools and representation  

*Lamia Lahrech

Ph.D.

Email: lamia.lahrech@gmail.com

 

**Pr. Ilhem Serir

Professor

Abou Bekr Belkaid University

Algeria

 

 

Abstract:

 

Leila Aboulela’s second novel Minaret (2005) is a narrative telling the traumatic journey of Najwa from being the daughter of a wealthy Sudanese politician who was executed and his family forced to flee Khartoum, to a new foreign land, London. Her life changed considerably from a western-minded young lady in Sudan to a religious maid in London. From the opening of the novel Aboulela draws a portrait of resignation from her protagonist, explicitly demonstrating the traumatic experience through the narrative’s structure, the fragmented identity, the migrant experience and the physical and spatial dislocation.

 

Although, this novel is not considered a trauma fiction, this paper analysis tries to prove within the lines of Trauma theory that Minaret could be considered a Trauma fiction.journal of english

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