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Characters Nizar Qabbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction George Nicolas El-Hage Ph D ò 2 Free read Read · Nizar abbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction 102 In Nizar abbani's own words This book in which I have collected some of my dialogues with the press and excerpts from TV interviews concerning the topic of women is simply an attempt to correct the old picture that has been engraved in people's memory about me hoping to replace it with amodern image and alsohumane After forty years of wandering across the regions of poetry and womenI feel that my image in people's minds is still cloudy confused and veiled with colors that are blended and intermingled In spite of what is being said about me that I am the most widely read poet from the Gulf to the OceanI continue to feel that I am also the saddest poet from the Gulf to the OceanI still feel that out there there are those who still read me wrongly understand me wrongly and even those who slaughter me wronglyI do understand that choosing women as a primary subject matter for poetry is a difficult choice that even choosing women as a topic of discussion is in itself a taboo and that he who touches a woman's hand is like one who touches a burning coal I also know that getting involved in a relationship with a beautiful woman in my country is like getting involved in a smuggling operation or like robbing a bank

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Characters Nizar Qabbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction George Nicolas El-Hage Ph D ò 2 Free read Read · Nizar abbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction 102 In Nizar abbani's own words This book in which I have collected some of my dialogues with the press and excerpts from TV interviews concerning the topic of women is simply an attempt to correct the old picture that has been engraved in people's memory about me hoping to replace it with amodern image and alsohumane After forty years of wandering across the regions of poetry and womenI feel that my image in people's minds is still cloudy confused and veiled with colors that are blended and intermingled In spite of what is being said about me that I am the most widely read poet from the Gulf to the OceanI continue to feel that I am also the saddest poet from the Gulf to the OceanI still feel that out there there are those who still read me wrongly understand me wrongly and even those who slaughter me wronglyI do understand that choosing women as a primary subject matter for poetry is a difficult choice that even choosing women as a topic of discussion is in itself a taboo and that he who touches a woman's hand is like one who touches a burning coal I also know that getting involved in a relationship with a beautiful woman in my country is like getting involved in a smuggling operation or like robbing a bank

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Characters Nizar Qabbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction George Nicolas El-Hage Ph D ò 2 Free read Read · Nizar abbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction 102 In Nizar abbani's own words This book in which I have collected some of my dialogues with the press and excerpts from TV interviews concerning the topic of women is simply an attempt to correct the old picture that has been engraved in people's memory about me hoping to replace it with amodern image and alsohumane After forty years of wandering across the regions of poetry and womenI feel that my image in people's minds is still cloudy confused and veiled with colors that are blended and intermingled In spite of what is being said about me that I am the most widely read poet from the Gulf to the OceanI continue to feel that I am also the saddest poet from the Gulf to the OceanI still feel that out there there are those who still read me wrongly understand me wrongly and even those who slaughter me wronglyI do understand that choosing women as a primary subject matter for poetry is a difficult choice that even choosing women as a topic of discussion is in itself a taboo and that he who touches a woman's hand is like one who touches a burning coal I also know that getting involved in a relationship with a beautiful woman in my country is like getting involved in a smuggling operation or like robbing a bank

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  • Nizar Qabbani: Women in My Poetry and in My Life: Translated into English with an Introduction
  • George Nicolas El-Hage Ph D
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  • 19 April 2020
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