The Chief’s Orchard

Ibrahim Kadhim Jillood Al-Admawi

Total Pages: 502
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This collection of stories was written and then preserved carefully for twenty years until the time of publication came, and the author devoted himself to it and to other writings.

The stories tackle important aspects of people’s lives, and they deal especially with the troubles, concerns, and hopes of the fragile and forgotten class in our developing societies. They also focus on family and community life, and issues of love, cooperation, ambition, and patience. In doing so, it presents vignettes of humans striving for a better life and giving hope to confused souls.

This collection of short stories will undoubtedly be a unique addition to the short story genre in Arabic literature, as it represents a new and wonderful model in this field.

Ibrahim Kadhim Jillood Al-Admawi was born in 1945 in the city of Nasiriyah, Iraq. He is a writer, thinker, poet and novelist.

He studied medicine at the University of Baghdad, and specialized in psychiatry at the University of London. He is interested in literature, specifically short stories, novels and poetry.

He worked as an expert for the International Health Organization, UNICEF, and a number of Arab and foreign universities.

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