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The hedgehog : a modern Arabic novella

著者: Zakarīyā Tāmir; Brian O'Rourke; Denys Johnson-Davies
出版商: Cairo ; New York : American University in Cairo Press ; London : Eurospan [distributor], 2009.
丛书: Modern Arabic literature.
版本/格式:   图书 : 小说 : 英语
数据库:WorldCat
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""My mother went to visit our neighbor, Umm Bahaa, but refused to take me with her, on the pretext that women visit women and men visit men. So she left me alone, promising not to be gone more than a few minutes. I told my cat I was going to strangle her, but she paid no attention and continued grooming herself with her tongue." [After this setting statement] we meet the five-year-old narrator of The Hedgehog, who  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Short stories
Translations into English
提及的人: Zakarīyā Tāmir
材料类型: 小说
文件类型:
所有的著者/提供者: Zakarīyā Tāmir; Brian O'Rourke; Denys Johnson-Davies
ISBN: 9789774162558 9774162552
OCLC号码: 310081546
语言注释: In English translated from the Arabic.
注意: Translation of: Qunfudh.
描述: 168 p. ; 21 cm.
内容: The Hedgehog / Translated by Brian O'Rourke --
Short stories / Translated by Denys Johnson-Davies: Summer --
Small sun --
Death of a dagger --
Tigers on the Tenth Day --
A summary of what happened to Muhammad al-mahmoudi --
Sun for the young --
Snow at the end of the night --
The family --
The stale loaf --
The water's crime --
A lone woman --
The enemy --
Hasanas a king --
City in ashes --
Nothing --
Sheep --
An angry man --
The face of the moon.
丛书名: Modern Arabic literature.
其他题名: Qunfudh.
责任: Zakaria Tamer ; translated by Brian O'Rourke ; and, Short stories / translated by Denys Johnson-Davies.

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Introduces readers the author's world: his house (with the djinn girl who lives in his bedroom), his garden (where he wishes to be a tree), and his best friend the black stone wall.  再读一些...

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