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* British Library Sound Archive, [http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=024M-C1340X0059XX-0000V0.xml Fadhil Assultani reading], part of "Between two worlds: poetry and translation", recorded 2011-02-21.
 
* British Library Sound Archive, [http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=024M-C1340X0059XX-0000V0.xml Fadhil Assultani reading], part of "Between two worlds: poetry and translation", recorded 2011-02-21.
 
 
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Fadhil Assultani (born 1948, Hella, Mesopotamia) is an Iraqi poet[1][2] and the literary editor of Asharq Al-Awsat.[3] He has also translated poetry in English into Arabic by writers including Toni Morrison and R. F. Thomas.[4]

References

  1. Singing Iraq: poetry by Fadhil Assultani, OpenDemocracy.net
  2. Muḥsin Jāsim Mūsawī (2006). Reading Iraq: culture and power and conflict. I.B.Tauris, 81–82. ISBN 9781845110703. Retrieved on 4 June 2011. 
  3. Fadhil Assultani, Voices Education Project.
  4. Assultani, Fadhil. Seismic Shift, National Review Online, June 12, 2003. Retrieved on June 4, 2011.

External links

  • British Library Sound Archive, Fadhil Assultani reading, part of "Between two worlds: poetry and translation", recorded 2011-02-21.