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Poetry Night II with Hala Mohammad (Syria), Sergio Raimondi (Argentina) and Tzveta Sofronieva (Bulgaria / GER) and Ashur Etwebi (Libya)

Sep 06, 2013 07:30 pm
Literatures of the World
Haus der Berliner Festspiele
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Price 8 Euro / reduced 6 / pupils 4
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Ashur Etwebi, born 1952 in Tripoli, is one of the most famous Lebanese writers. His poetry is both intimate and impressive, innovative but traditional, influenced by Modernist poetry, yet populist and accessible.
The Syrian poet Hala Mohammad belongs to a generation of modern Arab poets who express their individual experiences as women and intellectuals in the Arab world. Her poems seem spontaneous and reflect first-hand impressions.
The Argentinean Sergio Raimondi repeatedly chooses Bahía Blanca, his home town, as a starting point, but the explorations in his poems go beyond the borders of Argentina and South America.
Tzveta Sofronieva has lived in many parts of the world, she currently lives in Berlin and works as a freelance author, writing in Bulgarian, German and English.

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