06-December-2019

Poetry

  • Selected Poem: The Dust Of Pain
    Selected Poem: The Dust Of Pain

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Following is another poem written by Mustafa Sanad (1939-2009), one of the great Sudanese poets. Mustafa Sanad’s poems as a whole are characterized by an undeniable powerful effect and poetic c...

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  • Selected Poem: A Summer’s Dream
    Selected Poem: A Summer’s Dream

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Mustafa Sanad (1939-2009) is one of the great Sudanese poets. His poems as a whole are characterized by an undeniable powerful effect and poetic cohesion. His poetic images are vivid, hi...

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  • The Hakkamat: Folk Poetesses Of War And Peace
    The Hakkamat: Folk Poetesses Of War And Peace

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - One type of the Darfuri cultural heritage is the hakkama (plural hakkamat), the folk poetess who depicts the social, political and economic state of affairs in that society of extreme Western...

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  • Sudan’s Lover: Iraqi Poet Basim Furat
    Sudan’s Lover: Iraqi Poet Basim Furat

      - Sudan is the gateway of the Arabs to Africa; and Africa’s gateway to the Arabs - Sudan’s civilization did not get the fame it deserves - I worked as a baker, ironsmith, shroud salesman, copper gif...

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  • The Sudanese Translators Principal, Al-Sir Khidir
    The Sudanese Translators Principal, Al-Sir Khidir

      -I was the first one in the Arab world to translate for James Joyce -The best translation is the one that is motivated by affection -The translation is a medium for communicating our innovation to the world &n...

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