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by Ferial Ghazoul,Barbara Harlow
Author: Ferial Ghazoul,Barbara Harlow
Publisher: AUC Press (December 1, 1994)
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Ferial Jabouri Ghazoul is a noted Iraqi scholar, critic and translator.
Ferial Jabouri Ghazoul is a noted Iraqi scholar, critic and translator. She was educated in Iraq, Lebanon, Britain, France and the USA. She obtained her PhD in comparative literature from Columbia University in 1978. The book was chosen by Choice journal as one of the Outstanding Academic Titles of the year. Among other works, Ghazoul is the author of Nocturnal Poetics: The Arabian Nights in Comparative Context (AUC Press, 1996).
Barbara Harlow, a scholar and author who brought issues of human rights and postcolonialism . The book became a standard text in postcolonial studies.
Barbara Harlow, a scholar and author who brought issues of human rights and postcolonialism into the classroom through her studies of African, Arab and Latin American fiction and the writing of women in prison, died on Jan. 28 in Austin, Tex. She was 6. In Barred: Women, Writing and Political Detention (1992), she turned her attention to literature by and about political prisoners in Northern Ireland, Israel and other countries.
Contributor(s): Ghazoul, Ferial J Harlow, Barbara . Material type: BookPublisher: Cairo : The American University in Cairo Press, Description . Material type: BookPublisher: Cairo : The American University in Cairo Press, Description: 295 p. ; 23 c. SBN: 9774243277. Subject(s): Arabic literature - History and criticism.
Barbara Harlow speaking at Michigan State University, 2012. The gloom of the world is but a shadow. Behind it, yet within reach, is joy. There is radiance and glory in the darkness, could we but see, and to see, we have only to look. I beseech you to look.
The Guardian cited her as adding, My heritage in both cases is stifled.
A book is always a journey, and at the end of this, I asked myself whether I had learned to like Harry Harlow. Easy question, tricky answer. He makes me laugh, even secondhand.
Majnun Layla : Translation as Transposition. This slim, but rich, book is an intellectual biography of a pioneering female figure who lived in Egypt and wrote-in Arabic, Turkish, and Persian-poems, a treatise interpreting women's rights in Islam, and an allegorical narrative. A'isha 'Ismat Isma'il Pasha Taymur (1840-1902) hails from a family originally from Iraqi Kurdistan View.
Mohamed Choukri, Being and Place, in Ferial Ghazoul and Barbara Harlow, ed. The View from Within ( Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press, 1994 ), p. 22. oogle Scholar. 41. David D. Gilmore, Manhood in the Making: Cultural Concepts of Masculinity (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990), p. 223.
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