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الطنطورية #2020

الطنطورية By Radwa Ashour رضوى عاشور
  • Title: الطنطورية
  • Author: Radwa Ashour رضوى عاشور
  • ISBN: 9789770928295
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Radwa Ashour رضوى عاشور

      Radwa Ashour Arabic was an Egyptian writer and scholar Ashour had published 7 novels, an autobiographical work, 2 collections of short stories and 5 criticism books Part I of her Granada Trilogy won the Cairo International Book Fair 1994 Book of the Year Award The Trilogy won the First Prize of the First Arab Woman Book Fair Cairo, Nov 1995 The Granada Trilogy was translated into Spanish part I of the Trilogy was translated into English Siraaj, An Arab Tale was published in English translation, and Atyaaf was published in Italian Her short stories have been translated into English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.Ashour has co edited a major 4 volume work on Arab women writers 2004 The English translation Arab Women Writings A Critical Reference Guide 1873 1999 is an abridged edition of the Arabic original As a translator Ashour has co translated, supervised and edited the Arabic translation of Vol 9 of The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism In 2007 Ashour was awarded the 2007 Constantine Cavafy Prize for Literature.She was married to the Palestinian author Mourid Bargouthi a mother of Tameem who s also a poet Ashour was professor of English and Comparative Literature, Ain Shams University, Cairoe died on 30 November 2014

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    2. This narrative opens with a gloriously ambiguous, searingly romantic image that heralds a lyrical portrait of life in the narrator s idyllic home town on the Palestinian coast The seeds of a story are sown and I joyfully anticipate a woman centred tale of love, tradition and modernity set in this paradise and told in the voice of a poet By whetting our appetite for this tale, by showing that it would be worth the telling as well as worth the living, Ashour imparts bitter anguish and loss when th [...]














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