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Love & Harmony

By: Attal, Fuad--author & translator

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2005

Edition: First, Limited

Seller ID: CCC010.1

ISBN: 0893047902

Condition: New


A bilingual (Arabic/English) chapbook of poetry by a Palestinian-American who wants to hear the music from the mosque, the church, and the synagogue. View more info

Love & harmony

By: Attal, Fuad--author & translator

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2005

Edition: First, Limited, Signed & Lettered

Seller ID: CCC010.2

ISBN: 0893047902

Condition: New


A bilingual (Arabic/English) chapbook of poetry by a Palestinian-American who wants to hear the music from the mosque, the church, and the synagogue. Signed & Lettered (26 copies, A-Z copies produced). View more info

Country: An Organic Poem

By: Melhem, D. H.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, NY/USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 1998

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC998X.1

ISBN: 0-89304-223-4

Condition: New


History, Vietnam, the immigrant dream, landscapes of failure and fulfillment lattice the themes and motifs of this visionary work. In progress since 1972, haild by poet Barbara H. Holland as the organ voice of the United States, this American epic carries forward the probing lines of Leaves of Grass and The Maximus Poems. Not since the long-narrative American journeys of Longfellow and Walt Whitman to the syncopated sequences of William Carlos Williams, Charles Olson, ... View more info

Country: An Organic Poem

By: Melhem, D. H.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, NY/USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 1998

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC998X.2

ISBN: 0-89304-222-6

Condition: New


History, Vietnam, the immigrant dream, landscapes of failure and fulfillment lattice the themes and motifs of this visionary work. In progress since 1972, haild by poet Barbara H. Holland as the organ voice of the United States, this American epic carries forward the probling lines of Leaves of Grass and The Maximus Poems. Not since the long-narrative American journeys of Longfellow and Walt Whitman to the syncopated sequences of William Carlos Williams, Charles Olson,... View more info