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The Palestinian wedding : major themes of contemporary Palestinian resistance poetry

By: Elmessiri, Abdelwahab Muhammad, 1938-2008.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Arabic poetry -- Palestine | Folk poetry, Arabic -- Palestine In: Journal of Palestine studies Vol. 10, no. 3 (spring 1981), pp. 77-99Abstract: Palestine and consequently Palestinian poetry, should be perceived in a broad pan-Arab context, rather than from the narrow and constricted perspective of Zionist settler-colonialism. This article sheds light on Palestinian resistance poetry and how it is inspired by folk poetry written in the colloquial.
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Vol. 10, no. 3 (spring 1981) Not For Loan 03-1981 0000028185

Palestine and consequently Palestinian poetry, should be perceived in a broad pan-Arab context, rather than from the narrow and constricted perspective of Zionist settler-colonialism. This article sheds light on Palestinian resistance poetry and how it is inspired by folk poetry written in the colloquial.

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