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Muhsin Al-Ramli
Born Muhsin Al-Ramli
(1967-03-07) March 7, 1967
Sedira, Iraq
Occupation writer
Language Arabic
Nationality Iraqi
Alma mater Autonomous University of Madrid
Notable works 'Scattered Crumbs
Fingers of Dates
We Are All Widowers of the Answers

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Muhsin Al-Ramli (Arabic: محسن الرملي‎; born 7 March 1967) is an expatriate Iraqi writer living in Madrid, Spain since 1995. He is a translator of several Spanish classics to Arabic. He produced the complete translation of Don Quixote from Spanish to Arabic. He is a professor at the Saint Louis University Madrid Campus. He is the current editor of Alwah, a journal of Arabic literature and thought, which he co-founded.

Early life and education

In 2003, he earned a Doctorate in Philosophy and Letters and Spanish Philology from the Autonomous University of Madrid. His thesis topic was The Imprint of Islamic Culture in Don Quixote. He is the brother of the writer and poet Hassan Mutlak.[1][2]

Published works


1. Laranjas e giletes em Bagdá/Naranjas y cuchillas en Bagdad, Fedra Rodríguez Hinojosa (Trans.), (n.t.) Revista Literária em Tradução, nº 1 (set/2010), Fpolis/Brasil, ISSN 2177-5141


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External links

  • The documentary about Al-Ramli in the Arabic channel: ALJAZEERA
  • Documentary in the Spanish Channel TVE, about: The Iraqi writer Muhsin Al-Ramli.
  • Al-Ramli: "I Am Iraq" / By Constanza Vieira / IPS
  • Official blog
  • Poem by Muhsin Al-Ramli / review (BLACK RENAISSANCE NOIRE), Vol7 Nº2, 2007 New York
  • Review / Scattered Crumbs / Family Matters / by Harold Braswell
  • from Scattered Crumbs by Muhsin Al-Ramli
  • About: Asleep among the Soldiers by Muhsin Al-Ramli / in (in Arabic).
  • Interview with the author
  • IPAF
  • Longlist Announced for 2013 International Prize for Arabic Fiction
  • Looking at the 2013 Longlist: Muhsin al-Ramli’s ‘The President’s Gardens’
  • in Aljazeera.netThe President’s GardensAbout
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