eBook SQUARE MOON: SUPERNATURAL TALES (Arabic Translation Award) download
by Ghadah Samman
Author: Ghadah Samman
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press (July 1, 1999)
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SQUARE MOON: SUPERNATURAL. has been added to your Cart. Marking collisions of culture and character, these stories arise at the frontiers where Arabic tradition melds with both the modern European world and a Gothic strata of the supernatural.
SQUARE MOON: SUPERNATURAL.
A marvelous collection of 10 short stories combining Arabic tradition melding with the modern world. An eclectic mix dealing with the sexes and identities with feminist undertones, and spirits as well.
Ghada Samman, author of more than twenty-eight books including the first two books of this trilogy, Beirut '75 and . Issa J. Boullata is a former professor of Arabic literature at McGill University.
Ghada Samman, author of more than twenty-eight books including the first two books of this trilogy, Beirut '75 and Beirut Nightmares, has been referred to as the most prominent Syrian woman writer of fiction of the last century. Библиографические данные. The square moon: supernatural tales Arabic Translation Award.
Ghadah Al-Samman (Arabic: غادة السمّان) is a Syrian writer, journalist and novelist born in Damascus in 1942 to a prominent and conservative Damascene family, she is remotely related to Nizar Qabbani the famous poet. Her father was Ahmed Al-Samman,. Her father was Ahmed Al-Samman, a president of the Syrian University. She was deeply influenced by him since her mother died at a very young age.
Author:-Sammaan, Ghaadah. Title:-The Square Moon: Supernatural Tales (Arabic Translation Award). Paperback Paranormal & Supernatural Original Antiquarian & Collectable Books. Additional site navigation. Publisher:-The University of Arkansas Press.
Square Moon : Supernatural Tales. Arabic Translation Award. University of Arkansas Press.
Ghadah Al-Samman (Arabic: غادة السمّان) is a Syrian writer, journalist and novelist born in Damascus in 1942 to a. .
Sammān, Ghādah; Boullata, Issa . 1929
Sammān, Ghādah; Boullata, Issa . 1929-.
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The Arkansas Arabic Translation Award (full title: the University of Arkansas Press Award for Arabic Literature in Translation) is a prize given for a notable English translation of a book-length literary work originally written in the Arabic languag.
The award is administered by the King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Arkansas. Since 2008, the prize-winning book has been published by the Syracuse University Press as part of their Middle Eastern literature series