Unfortunately, it was paradise : selected poems / Mahmoud Darwish ; translated and edited by Munir Akash and Carolyn Forché ; with Sinan Antoon and Amira El-Zein.Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Arabic Publication details: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2003.Description: xix, 191 p. ; 22 cmISBN:
- 0520237536 (alk. paper)
- 9780520237537 (alk. paper)
- 0520237544 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 9780520237544 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Poems. English. Selections
- 892/.716 21
- PJ7820.A7 A22 2003
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From Fewer roses (1986) -- I will slog over this road -- Another road in the road -- Were it up to me to begin again -- On this earth -- I belong there -- Addresses for the soul, outside this place -- Earth presses against us -- We journey towards a home -- We travel like all people -- Athens airport -- I talk too much -- We have the right to love Autumn -- The last train has stopped -- On the slope, higher than the sea, they slept -- He embraces his murderer -- Winds shift against us -- Neighing on the slope -- Other barbarians will come -- They would love to see me dead -- When the martyrs go to sleep -- The night there -- We went to Aden -- Another Damascus in Damascus -- The flute cried -- In this hymn -- From I see what I want to see (1993) -- The hoopoe -- From Why have you left the horse alone? (1995) -- I see my ghost coming from afar -- A cloud in my hands -- The kindhearted villagers -- The owl's night -- The everlasting Indian fig -- the lute of Ismael -- The strangers' picnic -- The raven's ink -- Like the letter "n" in the Qur'an -- Ivory combs -- The death of the phoenix -- Poetic regulations -- Excerpts from the byzantine odes of Abu Firas -- The dreamers pass from one sky to another -- A rhyme for the odes (Mu'allaqat) -- Night that overflows my body -- The gypsy woman has a tame sky -- From a bed for the stranger (1999) -- We were without a present -- Sonnet II -- The stranger finds himself in the stranger -- The land of the stranger, the serene land -- Inanna's milk -- Who am I, without exile? -- Lesson from the Kama Sutra -- Mural (2000) -- Mural -- Three poems (before 1986) -- A soldier dreams of white tulips -- As fate would have it -- Four personal addresses.
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