In her review of "The Uncanny Reader.. Short stories from the shadows", Rebecca Nesvet wrote:
"This reader's favorite discoveries are by the Postmodern Egyptian writer Mansoura Ez Eldin. A journalist and novelist, she contributes "Gothic Night", a tale that's almost a prose poem, told in the very Gothic convention of deliberate fragmentation, which completely belies its apparently self-explanatory title. It's also a fable with more than one interpretation. It rises to mythopoesis, and makes this reader want very much to read Ez Eldin's award-winning novels, not all of which have yet been translated into English."
You can read the complete review here.