Stories from the Arab Past

Stories from the Arab Past Best Book, Stories From The Arab Past Author Denys Johnson Davies This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Stories From The Arab Past, Essay By Denys Johnson Davies Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You

Denys Johnson Davies Arabic 1922 2017 was an eminent Arabic to English literary translator who has translated, inter alia, several works by Nobel Prize winning Egyptian author Naguib Mahfouz, Sudanese author Tayeb Salih, Palestinian poet Mahmud Darwish and Syrian author Zakaria Tamer.Davies, referred to as the leading Arabic English translator of our time by the late Edwar

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  • Stories from the Arab Past
  • Denys Johnson-Davies
  • 22 January 2019
  • 9789775325686

14 thoughts on “Stories from the Arab Past

  1. says:

    This is a wonderful book for those who want to read their children bedtime stories that relate to our heritage and religion I read this when I was a kid and I still remember each story and the moral attached to it the pilgrim who entrusted his valuable necklace with the cheating perfume maker, the old man who helped the sultan and the merchant with a jar of chickpeas, the blind man and his lantern a few of my personal favorites The illustrations are wonderful, and brings the stories to life wonderfully.The best thing about this book is that the morals it incorporates into the stories are not preached, like in so many other children s books, but woven into the story so the child is given a sense of the importance of values in life ie, honesty, forgiveness, cleverness

  2. says:

    Many of the stories in this book, I read in Arabic long time ago, yet I enjoyed them as if I was reading for the first time I was impressed by the writer s style he was able to translate many Arabic expressions and present them in a way that is acceptable to the reader of English literature I highly recommend this book for schools in the Arabic Islamic countries that teach English as second language, and for schools in the west that teach English as first language and wish to expose their students to Middle Eastern old culture.

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