From Here I Can See the End
Based on the author's own personal reflections on old age, From Here I can See the End marks the fourth volume of Ibrahim Yared's oeuvre in the English language. Reflections on old age and life are constant themes in Yared's highly personal philosophical novels. In this book he explores in greater depth the daily emotions and patterns of thought experienced as he struggles with the vicissitudes of old age.
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