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by Fadhil Al-Azzawi,Khaled Mattawa

  • ISBN: 1929918445
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Fadhil Al-Azzawi,Khaled Mattawa
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BOA Editions Ltd.; 1 edition (November 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 130
  • ePub book: 1648 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1180 kb
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Fadhil Al-Azzawi was born in 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq

This collection features poems from Al-Azzawi's six previous Arabic poetry collections and many new poems. Springing from classical Arabic poetry, his poems speak to political exile, -cultural marginalization, and Middle Eastern and Western histories and mythologies. Fadhil Al-Azzawi was born in 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq. By the time he was -fifteen, he was publishing poems in the leading Arab literary magazines in Beirut and Baghdad. Al-Azzawi -currently lives in London.

Fadhil Al-Azzawi was born in 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq. Khaled Mattawa (Translator) is the author of a -collection of poetry, Ismailia Eclipse, and the translator of two books of contemporary Arabic poetry, Hatif Janabi’s Questions and Their Retinue and Saddi Youssef’s Without an Alphabet, Without a Face. Download Miracle Maker: The Selected Poems of Fadhil Al-Azzawi (Lannan Translations Selection Series) free.

This collection features poems from Al-Azzawi's six previous Arabic poetry collections and many new poems. Al-Azzawi employs -humor, melancholy and tenderness to celebrate new worlds of possibility.

Fadhil Al-Azzawi This collection features poems from Al-Azzawi’s six previous Arabic poetry collections and many new poems

Fadhil Al-Azzawi This collection features poems from Al-Azzawi’s six previous Arabic poetry collections and many new poems. In 1976, as the Baathist-controlled regime was tightening its grip on power, Al-Azzawi left Iraq to earn a doctorate in communication studies from Leipzig University. He is one of the leading experimental writers in the Arab world.

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From a legendary writer both beloved and banished by Iraq - a fine work of Arabic literature in the vein of Naguib Mahfouz and Elias Khoury, and a magical and moving comic novel about the birth of modern Iraq. Kirkuk, Iraq, the 1950s

From a legendary writer both beloved and banished by Iraq - a fine work of Arabic literature in the vein of Naguib Mahfouz and Elias Khoury, and a magical and moving comic novel about the birth of modern Iraq. Kirkuk, Iraq, the 1950s. The day Hameed Nylon loses his job, and gains an unfortunate nickname, is the day that his life begins: dismissed as a chauffeur when rumors surface that he propositioned his British boss's posh-tart wife, Hameed finds his true calling as a revolutionary in an Iraq that is destined for a sea change.

Fadhil Al Azzawi (Arabic: فاضل العزاوي ; born 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq) is an Iraqi writer highly respected in the Arab world, as he has published ten volumes of poetry, six novels, three books of criticism and memoir.

Fadhil Al Azzawi (Arabic: فاضل العزاوي ; born 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq) is an Iraqi writer highly respected in the Arab world, as he has published ten volumes of poetry, six novels, three books of criticism and memoir, and several translations of German literary works. He participated in Iraq's avant-garde Sixties Generation, and his early controversial work was lauded with great enthusiasm.

Fadhil Al Azzawi (Arabic: فاضل العزاوي ; given birth to 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq) can be an Iraqi article writer highly well known in the Arab globe, as he offers published seven quantities of poetry, six books, three books of criticism and memoir, and many translations of German literary functions. He participated in Iraq’s avant-garde Sixties Era, and his early questionable function was lauded with great excitement

Al-Azzawi -currently lives in London

Al-Azzawi -currently lives in London. Khaled Mattawa (Translator) is the author of a -collection of poetry, Ismailia Eclipse, and the translator of two books of contemporary Arabic poetry, Hatif Janabi's Questions and Their Retinue and Saddi Youssef's Without an Alphabet, Without a Face. Lannan Translations Selections.

This collection features poems from Al-Azzawi’s six previous Arabic poetry collections and many new poems. Springing from classical Arabic poetry, his poems speak to political exile, -cultural marginalization, and Middle Eastern and Western histories and mythologies. Al-Azzawi employs -humor, melancholy and tenderness to celebrate new worlds of possibility.

Fadhil Al-Azzawi was born in 1940 in Kirkuk, Iraq. By the time he was -fifteen, he was publishing poems in the leading Arab literary magazines in Beirut and Baghdad. Al-Azzawi -currently lives in London.

Khaled Mattawa (Translator) is the author of a -collection of poetry, Ismailia Eclipse, and the translator of two books of contemporary Arabic poetry, Hatif Janabi’s Questions and Their Retinue and Saddi Youssef’s Without an Alphabet, Without a Face.