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Sorrows of the Iraqi Year By Khazal Almajidi
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Khazal Almajidi: is an Iraqi poet and playwright, who is interested in tackling the history of ancient religions. He has 30 collections of poems published, and 14 plays presented on the stage, most... More > of which rewarded inside and outside Iraq. He also has a Ph. degree in ancient history and is now chancellor Van Holland University for Open Education in The Netherlands. More works of the poet: Wake of Delmon Israafeel’s Hymns Khazaeel Rambo’s Stick Anti-Physics Serpent and Ladder Too long movie Sorrows of the Iraqi year Perhaps! Who is to know? Shoghat.< Less
Maybe, who knows! By Khazal Almajidi
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Maybe,who knows! is a collection of poems, written in Arabic by Iraqi poet Khazal Almajidi, and translated to English by Jawad Wadi. The name of the collection “Maybe, Who knows?” is... More > taken from an ancient Chinese tale refers to the wisdom and to the idea of ​​coexistence of the opposites also it indicates to the wholesome of the state and its anti-state, the name is repeated more than once, as a phrase of crisis.Khazal Almajidi, is a poet, playwriter , and critic, from Iraq. He issued many volumes of poetry and drama, in Arabic, such as: Isolation in Chrystal, The Diamond Party, Hamlet without Hamlet, The Wake of Delmon, Songs of Israfil , Anti Physics, Hamnet and Sorrows of the Iraqi Year (the English copy was published by Moment Publications in London 2013)< Less
Maybe, who knows! By Khazal Almajidi
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Maybe,who knows! is a collection of poems, written in Arabic by Iraqi poet Khazal Almajidi, and translated to English by Jawad Wadi. The name of the collection “Maybe, Who knows?” is... More > taken from an ancient Chinese tale refers to the wisdom and to the idea of ​​coexistence of the opposites also it indicates to the wholesome of the state and its anti-state, the name is repeated more than once, as a phrase of crisis.Khazal Almajidi, is a poet, playwriter , and critic, from Iraq. He issued many volumes of poetry and drama, in Arabic, such as: Isolation in Chrystal, The Diamond Party, Hamlet without Hamlet, The Wake of Delmon, Songs of Israfil , Anti Physics, Hamnet and Sorrows of the Iraqi Year (the English copy was published by Moment Publications in London 2013)< Less
On the Thresholds of Temples By Khazal Almajidi
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On the Thresholds of Temples is collection of poems, written in Arabic by Iraqi poet Khazal Almajidi, and translated to English by Soheil Najm. Dan Veach, the editor of the international poetry... More > journal Atlanta Review, wrote On the back cover of this book: (Those who make a distinction between personal and political poetry should look to Iraq, and to poets like Khazal Almajidi. For here the personal, the social and the political are fused in the fires of conflict and creative passion. Good-humored, playful, erotic, yet deeply committed to justice and humanity—here we find the full spectrum of the man and the poet, speaking for himself and for his nation). Khazal Almajidi, is a poet, playwriter , and critic, from Iraq. He issued many volumes of poetry and drama, in Arabic, such as: Isolation in Chrystal, The Diamond Party, Hamlet without Hamlet, The Wake of Delmon, Songs of Israfil , Anti Physics, Hamnet and Sorrows of the Iraqi Year (the English copy was published by Moment Publications in London 2013)< Less
On the Thresholds of Temples By Khazal Almajidi
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On the Thresholds of Temples is collection of poems, written in Arabic by Iraqi poet Khazal Almajidi, and translated to English by Soheil Najm. Dan Veach, the editor of the international poetry... More > journal Atlanta Review, wrote on the back cover of this book: (Those who make a distinction between personal and political poetry should look to Iraq, and to poets like Khazal Almajidi. For here the personal, the social and the political are fused in the fires of conflict and creative passion. Good-humored, playful, erotic, yet deeply committed to justice and humanity—here we find the full spectrum of the man and the poet, speaking for himself and for his nation). Khazal Almajidi, is a poet, playwriter , and critic, from Iraq. He issued many volumes of poetry and drama, in Arabic, such as: Isolation in Chrystal, The Diamond Party, Hamlet without Hamlet, The Wake of Delmon, Songs of Israfil , Anti Physics, Hamnet and Sorrows of the Iraqi Year (the English copy was published by Moment Publications in London 2013)< Less
Hamnet By Khazal Almajidi
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Khazal Almajidi: Poète, dramaturge et chercheur irakien dans le domaine de la science, l'histoire des civilisations et des religions antiques, Khazal Almajidi est titulaire d'un doctorat en... More > histoire ancienne de l'Institut de l'histoire et de la patrimoine arabe des études supérieures à Bagdad en 1996. Il était un membre à l'Union des écrivains et des auteurs irakiens dans le département de cinéma et de théâtre de 1980 à 1998. Il a travaillé comme un professeur et un chercheur en Libye à l'Université de Derna pour la période du 1998 à 2003.< Less