Iraq Literary Review vol 3

Issue #3 of Iraq Literary Review, appearing in spring of 2015, includes critical essays (“The Butterfly’s Dream: Textual; Characteristics of the Prose Poem”; “Adeeb Kamal Ad-deen: From Mesopotamia to Australia, the Poet is the Poet”; “The Search for Enkidu: on Iraqi-Russian Cultural Relations”; “The American Occupation in the Iraqi Novel”), interviews (“On the Babylonian Literary Documents: An Interview with Iraqi Historian Ali al-Nashmi”) and a selection of contemporary Iraqi and world poetry and prose. As is the journal’s stated policy, the contributions are a mix of work translated from the Arabic and work originally written in English, in Iraq and elsewhere.

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