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Friday, November 10, 2006

Words Without Borders

This month's "Words Without Borders" magazine for international literature is on Palestine, and includes some of our *favourites* like Azmi Bishara and Mahmoud Darwish. Most of the pieces are short enough to print out and read on the train/plane/boat/bus.

2 Comments:

Blogger saint ymM said...

i wonder if j.b. is the only boat person amongst us? i wonder if he still uses the boat to cross the bosphorus? thanks ryvka for the heads up. i love darwish.

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Blogger Kenan Ercel said...

Just so folks know, if the title of a posting is in blue, it means it is a hyperlink. So, for example, if you want to take a look at the "Words w/out Borders" issue mentioned in Ryvka's posting, just click the title. On that note, I just finished reading the piece/joke by Nassar Ibrahim in the said publication, and it was pretty funny and witty.

4:00 PM

 

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