The marathoner not yet at the finish line: Nuruddin Farah in Rome

Keywords: Nurrudin Farah, African literature

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Author Biographies

Nuruddin Farah

Nuruddin Farah (b. 1945) is an internationally acclaimed author of Somali origin. Farah has published thirteen novels to date, as well as a non-fiction work on the Somali diaspora. He is a recognized essayist and socio-political commentator on African and global issues.

Ali Mumin Ahad, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Ali Mumin Ahad is an honorary fellow at the University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia. He has published numerous articles and two books focusing on Somali history, literature, and historiographical writing.

References

Ahad, Ali M. “Nuruddin Farah: La voce del dispatrio somalo”. Pulp Libri, vol. 57, 2005, pp. 15–19.

Carletti, Tommaso. I Problemi del Benadir. Viterbo, 1912.

Cerulli, Ernesto. “Rendiconti Reale Accademia dei Lincei”. Gruppi etnici Negri nella Somalia 1926, pp. 2–3.

Cruttenden, C. J. “Memoir on the Western or Edoor Tribes, Inhabiting the Somali Coast of N.-E. Africa, with the Southern Branches of the Family of Darrood, Resident on the Banks of the Webbe Shebeyli, Commonly Called the River Webbe.” Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London vol. 19, 1849, pp. 49–76. : https://www.jstor.org/stable/1798086.
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2020-04-21
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