al-Aqlam, Vol. I no. 1, September 1964 / "Pens," a quarterly journal of culture, Iraqi journal in Arabic. Abdul Karim Farhan, ed.
al-Aqlam, Vol. I no. 1, September 1964 / "Pens," a quarterly journal of culture, Iraqi journal in Arabic
al-Aqlam, Vol. I no. 1, September 1964 / "Pens," a quarterly journal of culture, Iraqi journal in Arabic
al-Aqlam, Vol. I no. 1, September 1964 / "Pens," a quarterly journal of culture, Iraqi journal in Arabic
al-Aqlam, Vol. I no. 1, September 1964 / "Pens," a quarterly journal of culture, Iraqi journal in Arabic

al-Aqlam, Vol. I no. 1, September 1964 / "Pens," a quarterly journal of culture, Iraqi journal in Arabic

Baghdad: Ministry of Culture, 1964. Paperback. First issue of this important Iraqi literary and cultural journal. 9 x 7 inches, wraps, very good, light wear and soil. Contents include Mustafa Jawad and Fadel Zaki Muhammad Kalima on theories of social justice, Mrs. Al-Jundi's "Ask the Ashes, Moroccan Heritage and Soil Politics in the nationalism of Al-Hindawi's poetry," Dr. Youssef Ezzedine's "Message to the emerging Arab poet," Al-Moarab on foreign travelers to Iraq, and other articles such as "Political borders between the countries of the country," "The creative scientific mentality of the Arabs," "The importance of Baghdad's planning in the history of its municipalities," "Authenticity and the evolution of the components of poetry," "Philosophy of color in art," "Andalusian Fables - Al Tamarkel," "Messengers of states to Dar es Salaam," and much more. Uncommon in trade. The first major Iraqi journal to be born after the revolution of 1958 installed a socialist government. Very Good. Item #H23627

Price: $45.00

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