4 edition of Poems of North Africa found in the catalog.
Poems of North Africa
Saralyn P. Hadgopoulos
|Statement||[by] Saralyn P. Hadgopoulos.|
|LC Classifications||PS3558.A313 P6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||73083375|
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A page anthology of North African literature was published by the University of California last year. Ranging from documents made in sixth century Carthage to experimental prose published months after the uprisings, the Book of North African Literature is the fourth installment in the Poems for the Millenium, a series initiated in by Pierre Joris and.
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