Shadows in the City By Khadija Ahmed

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“Shadows in the City” unveils the poignant narrative of Nouakchott’s beggar children, weaving a tale of resilience, dreams, and the pursuit of hope in the face of adversity. Authored by Khadija Ahmed, a Mauritanian writer on the cusp of greatness, this 46-page ebook takes readers on a journey through the labyrinth of city streets, exploring the universal struggle for dignity.



Khadija Ahmed, a young woman from Nema, Hodh Ech Chargui, Mauritania, weaves a tale that transcends borders and speaks to the core of humanity. In her pursuit of becoming a great writer, Khadija brings to life the stories of Hassan, Amadou, and their companions, thrust into the unforgiving school of life. Through poignant verses and thought-provoking quotes, she navigates the complexities of their existence, shedding light on the systemic issues that perpetuate their struggles.

This ebook is not just a narrative; it’s a call to action. Khadija’s plea to readers resonates through the shadows of big cities worldwide, urging compassion and empathy for those whose dreams are often eclipsed by harsh realities.

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Khadija Ahmed


Social Issues


Short Stories, Literary Fiction


46 pages

1 review for Shadows in the City By Khadija Ahmed

  1. ibrahimsidaty (verified owner)

    Almost cried! This was truly touching.

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