E-mails from Scheherazad / Mohja Kahf.

Author
Kahf, Mohja, 1967- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2003], ©2003.
Description
102 pages ; 22 cm.

Details

Series
  • Contemporary poetry series (Orlando, Fla.) [More in this series]
  • University of Central Florida contemporary poetry series
Contents
  • Voyager Dust
  • The Skaff Mother Tells the Story
  • Word from the Younger Skaff
  • Fayetteville as in Fate
  • The Roc
  • The Cherries
  • The Dream of Return
  • The Passing There
  • Lateefa
  • Hijab Scene #3
  • My Grandmother Washes Her Feet in the Sink of the Bathroom at Sears
  • I Can Scent an Arab Man a Mile Away
  • Hijab Scene #5
  • My Babysitter Wears a Face-Veil
  • From the Patios of the Alhambra
  • Mahmud's First Letter Home from Minneapolis
  • Descent into JFK
  • Hijab Scene #7
  • Move Over
  • Hijab Scene #1
  • Hijab Scene #2
  • E-mail from Scheherazad
  • So You Think You Know Scheherazad
  • Finding Poems for My Students
  • You Are My Yemen
  • Grandfather
  • The Marvelous Women
  • The Quiet Knight
  • The Woman Dear to Herself
  • To My Queenly Daughters
  • My Body Is Not Your Battleground
  • Sacred Immorality
  • Men Kill Me
  • Ishtar Awakens in Chicago
  • Thawrah des Odalisques at the Matisse Retrospective --
  • If the Odalisques
  • Copulation in English
  • The Pistols of Emir Abdel Qader
  • Disbeliever
  • Parturition 1999
  • Snowfall on the Colossal Ruins
  • Khidr's Riddle
  • We Will Continue Like Twin Towers
  • The Fires Have Begun
  • Fatima Migrates in October
  • Redwoods
  • Poem to My Prodigal Brother
  • Would That I Had Met You in Amman
  • Affirmative Action Sonnet
  • Jasmine Snowfall
  • The Fork in the Road
  • Learning to Pray All Over.
ISBN
  • 0813026202 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • 0813026210 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
2002043031
OCLC
51294142
RCP
C - S
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