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March 2016 Culture Bouquet

[ ["Ocean Park No. 129 by Richard Diebenkorn. Image via Wikipedia]

Jadaliyya’s monthly culture bouquet returns after a hiatus. In our March offerings Öykü Tekten translates Selim Temo’s poignant essay about the late Yashar Kemal (1923-2015). Maymanah Farhat interviews Syrian artist Safwan Dahoul. John Halaka reviews Bashar Khalaf’s latest work, and Sinan Antoon translates four poems by the Iraqi poet Mahmud al-Braykan (1931-2002).

Selim Temo, "On a Day of a March. . ." 

Maymanah Farhat, "The Origins of Dreams: An Interview with Safwan Dahoul"

John Halaka, "Meditations From The Shadows of History: Reflections on Paintings from the Series "Shadows of the Shadow" by Bashar Khalaf"

Sinan Antoon, "Four Poems by Mahmud Al-Braykan"

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