Les croisades vues des arabes
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Born and raised in Lebanon, after receiving a Jesuit education in sociology and economics, Amin Maalouf took up journalism a family tradition. When the Lebanese civil war broke out, totally destabilizing his homeland, Maalouf, his wife, and three children emigrated in to Paris, where they have lived ever since. In France Maalouf continued his career in journalism, writing for Al-Nahar Arabe et International and Jeune Afrique, where he later became editor-in-chief. But with the success in of his first work, Les Croisades Vues par les Arabes, he abandoned journalism and took up writing full-time. A resident of Paris, Maalouf spends a part of each year in a small fisherman's cottage in the Channel Islands where he writes his novels, now translated into more than 20 languages.
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