The Arab of the Future Review

May 6, 2018 -- by anashaw40

  I agree with the article in The New Yorker, that The Arab of the Future feels like an act of revenge by Riad Sattouf at his father for being dragged to volatile Libya and Syria during his childhood. Certainly, you cannot help but feel Riad’s stunned shock when they escape after one particularly horrific experience only to voluntarily return. Abdel Razek, is conveyed through Riad, a child narrator… Read More