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The Far Mosque

The Far Mosque

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Länge: 69 Seiten23 Minuten

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This is the author’s second book. Author is very active as a speaker and reader, and is well-connected in the Asian-American literary community. Though this is his first poetry collection, he has been an active reader for over a decade. The book has excellent potential for creative writing and Asian studies course adoption. Author holds an MFA from New York University. Author’s poetry, fiction and essays are widely published in journals and magazines. His first novel was published in 2004. Author is an active member of the Alice James Poetry Cooperative. These elegant, fragmented lyrics will appeal to a broad range of readers. Kazim Ali’s family comes from South India (the city of Hyderabad), descended form Shi’a Muslims who immigrated from Egypt, Iraq, and Iran. The book draws on ideas from Sufi-ism, a branch of mystical Islam. The author’s background and themes are particularly important given current interest in Islam. The author is also a visual artist, and the book will use one of his paintings as cover art.
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The Far Mosque

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The Far Mosque

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Bewertung: 3.5 von 5 Sternen3.5/5 (7 Bewertungen)
Länge: 69 Seiten23 Minuten

Beschreibung

This is the author’s second book. Author is very active as a speaker and reader, and is well-connected in the Asian-American literary community. Though this is his first poetry collection, he has been an active reader for over a decade. The book has excellent potential for creative writing and Asian studies course adoption. Author holds an MFA from New York University. Author’s poetry, fiction and essays are widely published in journals and magazines. His first novel was published in 2004. Author is an active member of the Alice James Poetry Cooperative. These elegant, fragmented lyrics will appeal to a broad range of readers. Kazim Ali’s family comes from South India (the city of Hyderabad), descended form Shi’a Muslims who immigrated from Egypt, Iraq, and Iran. The book draws on ideas from Sufi-ism, a branch of mystical Islam. The author’s background and themes are particularly important given current interest in Islam. The author is also a visual artist, and the book will use one of his paintings as cover art.
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