إعجام

  • Title: إعجام
  • Author: Sinan Antoon سنان أنطون
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  • Page: 308
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    1. .The Baghdad Blues About Baghdad Pen Sinan Antoon is a poet, novelist and translator His poems and essays in Arabic have appeared in as Safir, al Adab, al Akhbar, Majallat al Dirasat al Filastiniyya, Masharef and in English in The Nation, Middle East Report, Al Ahram Weekly, Banipal, Journal of Palestine Studies, The Massachusetts Review, World Literature Today, Ploughshares, Washington Square Journal, and the New York Times.He has published two collections of poetry Mawshur Muballal bil Hurub Cairo, 2003 and Laylun Wahidun fi Kull al Mudun One Night in All Cities Beirut Baghdad Dar al Jamal, 2010 His novels include I jaam 2003 , which has been translated into English as I jaam An Iraqi Rhapsody City Lights, 2006 as well as Norwegian, German, Portuguese, and Italian, Wahdaha Shajarat al Rumman The Pomegranate Alone Beirut al Mu assassa al Arabiyya, 2010 , forthcoming from Yale University Press in Spring 2013 as The Corpse Washer, and Ya Maryam Beirut Dar al Jamal, 2012 His translation of Mahmoud Darwish s last prose book In the Presence of Absence, was published by Archipelago Books in 2011 and won the 2012 National Translation Award given by the American LIterary Translators Association ALTA His co translation with Peter Money of a selection of Saadi Youssef s late poetry was published by Graywolf in November 2012.Sinan is a member of the Editorial Review Board of the Arab Studies Journal He is an associate professor at the Gallatin School, New York University and co founder and co editor of the cultural page of Jadaliyya.

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    1. The most stunning piece of literature I ve read in years Antoon uses the prison narrative as a parable for how totalitarian government affects the individual psyche as well as the populace as a whole The poetry background of the author is evident in his loving use of language as well as the lyrical imagery of the periodic hallucinatory dreams Layered with meaning and stunning in its incisiveness, I jaam ranks up there with Kafka and Orwell in my opinion.The word i jaam refers to the practice of [...]







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