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Kahlil Gibran: “Lazarus & His Beloved”

Kahlil Gibran: “Lazarus & His Beloved”

Kahlil Gibran | (New York Public Library) \ - - New York Public Library, Billy Rose Theater Production Photograph File Genre: Photograph [of Tableau Vivant] --- Related Book: Kahlil Gibran, The Vision,…
How a Medieval Muslim thinker invented Sociology

How a Medieval Muslim thinker invented Sociology

Stephen Dale/ Joseph Preville/ Julie Harbin | (ISLAMICommentary) | - - Column » ‘By the Book’ with Joseph Preville by JOSEPH RICHARD PREVILLE and JULIE POUCHER HARBIN for ISLAMiCommentary on JANUARY 7,…
Big Win For Fair Use In Google Books Lawsuit

Big Win For Fair Use In Google Books Lawsuit

By Corynne McSherry | (Electronic Freedom Foundation) | - - In a long-anticipated ruling, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals handed Google a clear victory today, soundly rejecting the Authors Guild’s claim…
How Persian Literature shaped the culture of Iran and India

How Persian Literature shaped the culture of Iran and India

Sunil Sharma interviewed by Maryam Kamali | ( Iranian Medieval History) Sunil Sharma is the Associate Professor of Persianate and Comparative Literature at Boston University’s Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature…
Flash Fiction:   “The Office”

Flash Fiction: “The Office”

N.B. Fiction with mature themes.             By Juan Cole |             The Office             Adib was winning at cards again.   Bashir was already out, sitting in a corner with his French novel. …