Diwan Awraq Al-Khareef.

Haddad, Nadra.

Published by Tobia Press, New 1941
Condition: As New Soft cover
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208 pp. Arabic text, Unopened, introduction by William Katisflis. Copy in mint condition. New. The literature of Arab immigrants in the U.S.A., was written mostly between the two World Wars, and is an indispensable phenomenon in the study of modern Arabic literature. Written in a crucial period of the development of Arabic literature, it was to a certain extent marked by the time in which it was written, as well as by the influence of Western literature and culture. This generation of immigrant Arab writers, were well-acquainted with their own literary tradition, but who also knew European and American literature. Being educated emigrants, they gained knowledge in America of certain fundamental differences between the Oriental and Westren mentality.A homogenous group of Arab emigrants, drawn closer together by the feeling of dislocation in a foreign environment, and with their similar attitude to art, formed the literary association al-Rabita al-qalamiyya in New York City in 1920, which very strongly influenced literature in the Arab countries in the course of its 10-year long activity. Two members of the association became especially prominent Mihail Nuayma and Gubran Khalil Gubran who influenced other members of the association a great deal. Haddad was one of the well known scholars between the Syrian community in New York city. Size: 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 009866

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Title: Diwan Awraq Al-Khareef.

Publisher: Tobia Press, New 1941

Binding: Original Wrappers

Book Condition:As New

Edition: First Edition.

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