The Adam of Two Edens: Selected Poems
Syracuse University Press, 2000 - Poetry - 203 pages
A collection of poems by Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. The poems range from dreamy reflections to bitter longings for the Palestine that was lost when Israel was created in 1948.
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As he walks away
An annotated glossary of Arabic words and names
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