Critically-acclaimed Iraqi writer and poet, Amal Jubouri is known for creating a "new opening in Arab modern poetry". In her newest book of poetry, she apologizes to Iraqi Jews who were forced to leave Iraq in a government enacted mass eviction in the 1940s. Jubouri weaves her mourning into poetic text using everyday spoken language....
Never before published prose poems by Lebanese poet, journalist and translator, Ounsi El Hage, (1937-2014) include choice nuggets on life, love, art, religion, music, and literature. His works have been translated into many languages including English, French, German, Italian and Portuguese.
Suhaylah Muhammad, from Alexandria, is the rare female Egyptian poet to be published. The poems in this collection are written in colloquial Egyptian Arabic. This is her first book.
Contemporary poetry by Lebanese poet Bilal al-Masri.
Rainer Maria Rilke is revered to this day as one of the most influential poets of literary modernism. This edition introduces his most well-known poems. A lovely pocket-sized hardcover.
Poetry byAdonis, the acclaimed Syrian poet.
Raif Khoury (1913-1967), Lebanese writer, poet, essayist and playwright explores the life and writing of Omar ibn Abi Rabia, an 8th century Arab poet known for his love poetry and an originator of the ghazal, a literary form in early Islamic literature.