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- The Study of Classical Hebrew Poetry: Terminological Issues by
- in Baghdad, Damascus, Cairo), poets, medical doctors, and court educators used to read the Greek philosophers in the original language.
- AL-BUSIRI AND MUHAMMAD MSHELA: TWO GREAT SUFI POETS
- people with his poems. He, for example, praised the mayor of al-Mahala, a town in South-East of. Cairo, and the mayor paid him a monthly salary.
- Nanos Valaoritis A Memoir When I arrived in London in Sept. 1944, I
- intermediary for the modernist Greek Poets unknown then in England.
- PRESS RELEASE - Big Bridge
- also being organized in political hotspots such as Cairo, Egypt and Madison, Wisconsin. Along the Platte.
- Memories in Translation: A Life between the Lines of Arabic Literature
- Chapter 3 deals with his move to Cairo, his work in institutions of higher learning, and his first contacts with writers and poets.
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- Cairo poets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The British Army presence in Egypt in World War II had, as a side effect, the concentration of a group of Cairo poets.
- Glossary Poetic Terms C - Poets' Graves
- Cairo Poets, Group of poets including Lawrence Durrell and Keith Douglas who were based in North Africa during World War II.
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