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CRITICISM

Erol, Sibel. Review of The Stone Woman, by Tariq Ali. Middle East Journal 55, no. 2 (spring 2001): 340-42.

Erol views The Stone Woman as a historical soap opera and describes the novel as superficial, contradictory, and unfulfilling.

Rhodes, Fred. Review of The Clash of Fundamentalisms, by Tariq Ali. ...

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CRITICISM

Erol, Sibel. Review of The Stone Woman, by Tariq Ali. Middle East Journal 55, no. 2 (spring 2001): 340-42.

Erol views The Stone Woman as a historical soap opera and describes the novel as superficial, contradictory, and unfulfilling.

Rhodes, Fred. Review of The Clash of Fundamentalisms, by Tariq Ali. Middle East (September 2002): 65.

Rhodes praises The Clash of Fundamentalisms, noting that the work “blends history, literature, politics and autobiography to challenge the conformist culture of our times.”

Smith, Jeremy. Review of The Clash of Fundamentalisms, by Tariq Ali. Ecologist 32, no. 5 (June 2002): 45-6.

Smith evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of The Clash of Fundamentalisms.

Additional coverage of Ali's life and career is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Contemporary Authors, Vols. 25-28R; Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vols. 10, 99; and Literature Resource Center.

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