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Links between struggle and art probed in new book on Palestinian poets
Sarah Irving, The Electronic Intifada, Jan 22, 2013

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Khaled Furani's Silencing the Sea: Secular Rhythms in Palestinian Poetry is an anthropological study of Palestinian poets, particularly those living in Israel and the occupied West Bank. Furani interviewed writers and attended readings and festivals in Palestine and the wider Arab world, while providing historical background drawn from poetry journals such as al-Jadid and the cultural pages of papers such as al-Ittihad. [Read the full article]


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