Succès de librairie (documentaires), Biographies, LGBTQ+ (biographies), Canadiens (biographies), Ouvrages documentaires canadiens, Auteurs canadiens (documentaires)
Audio avec voix humaine
As a gay man living in an intolerant Middle East, Al-Solaylee escaped first to England and eventually to Canada, where he became a journalist and academic. While he was enjoying the cultural and personal freedoms of life in the West,… his once-liberal family slowly fell into the hard-line interpretations of Islam that were sweeping large parts of the Arab-Muslim world in the 1980s and 1990s. The differences between his life and theirs were brought into sharp relief by the 2011 revolution in Egypt and the civil war in Yemen. Bestseller. Canada Reads 2015. 2012.