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In this book, Dr. Dahesh rephrases most of what he has written between 1930 and 1950 into octave-rhymed stanzas; then the poet Halim Dammous "being aware," as he says, "of the impact of these inspired words and of the origin of these heart-deep feelings," transposes them from rhymed prose into rhymed verse. In the verse version, the reader finds an almost total faithfulness to the original rhymed prose and at the same time an easy flow of rhythm.
|Alternate Name||Nathir wa-Sha‘ir al-Juz’u al-Thaleth|
|Publisher||The Daheshist Publishing CO., LTD|
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