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Introducing Odysseus: Force, Resistance And Nostos In The Formation Of Odysseus’ Character, Haley Ryan 2021 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Introducing Odysseus: Force, Resistance And Nostos In The Formation Of Odysseus’ Character, Haley Ryan

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

This thesis explores the ways in which Odysseus’ self-introductions to other characters in the Odyssey reveal the complexities of his character with regard to homecoming and his apparent resistance to it. In examining these introductions, the thesis argues that Odysseus that the language Odysseus uses when he introduces himself is often filled with allusions to force and resistance, indicating that he is perhaps more ambivalent about completing his journey home than would be expected of him. The manifestations of this ambivalence in his behavior upon arriving at Ithaka is also explored in the final chapters.


An Artistic Expression Of The Connection Between “Man And The Universe” In The Works By Suhrаb Sipehri, Nargiza Shoaliyeva, Safar ABDULLOH 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY OF UZBEKISTAN, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Senior Lecturer Department of the Uzbek language and oriental classical literature

An Artistic Expression Of The Connection Between “Man And The Universe” In The Works By Suhrаb Sipehri, Nargiza Shoaliyeva, Safar Abdulloh

The Light of Islam

The poet and writer Sohrab Sipehri (1928-1980) played a particular role in the formation and development of Iranian poetry at the beginning of the twentieth century. This poet created his style of expression and was an enlightened person who provided a holistic connection of modern philosophical views with orthodox ideas. He was a philosopher-poet, an artistic thinker who was able to give the contemporary content of the interpretation of theories of «Unity» - («wahdat al-wujud») and «Perfect man» - («komil inson») in the traditional system of mystical views. As a great writer he created a new set of poetic emblems and symbols ...


About Medieval Egyptian Historians, Zukhra Aripova 2020 INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC ACADEMY ОF UZBEKISTAN, doctor of Philosophy (Phd), docent of the department “Al-Azhar department of Arabic language and literature”

About Medieval Egyptian Historians, Zukhra Aripova

The Light of Islam

This article is dedicated to the life and work of historians of the Mamluk period (1250-1517) in Egypt and the rich heritage left by them. In the XIII-XV centuries, Egypt had a special place among the countries of the Middle East due to the activities of the Mamluks. The prestige of the Mamluk sultans increased due to their victories in the fght against the Crusaders and the Mongols in the Middle East. The establishment of Mamluk rule in the history of Egypt, the growth of the superiority of military Mamluks in the country, the rise of the Bakhrit Mamluk sultans ...


Notes On Contributors, Molly Lynde-Recchia 2020 Western Michigan University

Notes On Contributors, Molly Lynde-Recchia

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On Tasso In Prison By Charles Baudelaire, Sharon Fish Mooney 2020 Regis University

On Tasso In Prison By Charles Baudelaire, Sharon Fish Mooney

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Translation of and commentary on Baudelaire's "On Tasso in Prison," which is an ekphrastic poem after Delacroix's painting of the same name.


Four Poems By Toshiko Hirata, Eric Hyett, Spencer Thurlow 2020 Western Michigan University

Four Poems By Toshiko Hirata, Eric Hyett, Spencer Thurlow

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Translations of "Is It February?" "Is It March?" "Is It November Again?" and "Is It December Again?"


Lullaby By Rainer Maria Rilke And Amen By Georg Trakl, Wally Swist 2020 Western Michigan University

Lullaby By Rainer Maria Rilke And Amen By Georg Trakl, Wally Swist

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Drops From Black Candles By Abdallah Zrika, Mike Baynham 2020 Western Michigan University

Drops From Black Candles By Abdallah Zrika, Mike Baynham

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English translation of Abdallah Zrika's "Drops from black candles" accompanied by an essay on the translation process which includes consideration of Laâbi's French translation of the same poem.


While Dreaming, While Writing (Excerpt) By Max Alhau, Patrick Williamson 2020 Western Michigan University

While Dreaming, While Writing (Excerpt) By Max Alhau, Patrick Williamson

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A free rendering of Max Alhau's "While dreaming, while writing," with commentary. The original source text is included.


Corona By Paul Celan, David Capps 2020 Western Michigan University

Corona By Paul Celan, David Capps

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Five Poems By Michael Krüger, Louise Stoehr 2020 Stephen F Austin State University

Five Poems By Michael Krüger, Louise Stoehr

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Two Poems By Charles Baudelaire, Arnold Johnston 2020 Western Michigan University

Two Poems By Charles Baudelaire, Arnold Johnston

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Arnold Johnston's translations of Baudelaire's "The Lovely Ship" and "Invitation to the Voyage."


Blue Crystal By Martha Hofmann, Paul J. Shlichta 2020 Crystal Research

Blue Crystal By Martha Hofmann, Paul J. Shlichta

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A translation of a German poem by Martha Hofmann into English verse. The commentary includes a brief biography of Hofmann and a link to additional information.


Two Poems By Nohad Salameh, Susanna Lang 2020 Independent Scholar

Two Poems By Nohad Salameh, Susanna Lang

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Susanna Lang's translations of Nohad Salameh's "I Greet You, My Twin" and "Dance of the One/the Moon."


Four Sonnets By Feng Zhi, Emily Goedde 2020 University of Michigan

Four Sonnets By Feng Zhi, Emily Goedde

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Translation of Feng Zhi's Sonnets 6, 12, 16, and 18 by Emily Goedde.


Persistence Of Memory After A Poem By Bashō, John Savoie 2020 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Persistence Of Memory After A Poem By Bashō, John Savoie

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This piece merges a classic haiku of Bashō with a contemporary English poem, first as its own new creative piece, then contemplated further in the commentary.


Four Poems By Rainer Maria Rilke, Susan McLean 2020 Southwest Minnesota State University

Four Poems By Rainer Maria Rilke, Susan Mclean

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Translations of four German poems from New Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926): "The Blind Man," "The Donor," "The Arrival," and "Lady on a Balcony."


From The Villa By Lucretius, James E. Fowler 2020 Univ. of Central Arkansas

From The Villa By Lucretius, James E. Fowler

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"From the Villa" is an epistolary poem in hexameters whose argument is loosely based on the Lucretius's De Rerum Natura. It is addressed to Lucretius's putative dedicatee/patron Gaius Memmius, a contemporary politician and poet.


My Dear Double By Abdellatif Laâbi, Guillemette C. Johnston, Allan Johnston 2020 DePaul University

My Dear Double By Abdellatif Laâbi, Guillemette C. Johnston, Allan Johnston

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This translation of Abdellatif Laabi's poem "My Dear Double" is accompanied by an essay on the theme of the double in literature.


Foreword, Molly Lynde-Recchia 2020 Western Michigan University

Foreword, Molly Lynde-Recchia

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