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Why did you leave the horse alone?

MaḥmÕud DarwÕish

Why did you leave the horse alone?

by MaḥmÕud DarwÕish

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Published by Archipelago Books in Brooklyn, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMahmoud Darwish ; translated from Arabic by Jeffrey Sacks.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPJ
The Physical Object
Pagination197 p. ;
Number of Pages197
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22729168M
ISBN 100976395010

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Book Description. At once an intimate autobiography and a collective memory of the Palestinian people, Darwish’s interlinked poems are collective cries, songs, and glimpses of the human condition.

Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone. Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone. is a poetry of myth and history, of exile and suspended time, of an identity bound to his displaced people and to the rich Arabic language. Darwish’s poems – specific and symbolic, simple and profound – are historical glimpses, existential queries, chants of pain and injustice of a people separated from 5/5(9).

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Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone. was my first encounter not just with Mahmoud Darwish but with modern Arabic poetry.

Darwish is allusive and indirect and takes some getting used to. I had to adjust to the style, relax, and find a comfortable reading speed before I could properly appreciate him. Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone. "I don't know the desert But I planted words at its edges" So Mahmoud Darwish plants hope for his country and love in order to see the blossoming possibility of return, of plants words in his poems to hide the emptiness of the present and the absence of home snatched by the gust of the has nothing to offer or expect,that's why the poet 5/5.

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Darwish’s poems – specific and symbolic, simple and profound – are historical glimpses, existential queries, chants of pain and injustice of a people separated from %(). poems, Li-m¢adh ¢a tarakta l-−hiâ¢an wa −h³dan (Why have you left the horse alone) by Ma−hm¢ud Darw³sh, 10 we shall refer to the semantic status of each word composing the title.

li-m¢adh ¢a. The Arabic expression is an interrogative that inquires about cause (for what reason). Important, namely, in this case is the reason behind. The Paperback of the Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone. by Mahmoud Darwish, Jeffrey Sacks | at Barnes & Noble.

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After all, your horse isn't the only one who is going it alone. You may find this arrangement isolating, particularly if you leave a busy barn to take up horsekeeping on your own property. WHY DID YOU LEAVE THE HORSE ALONE.

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The easiest solution is to add a third horse to the field. You take one away and that one has you for a companion; you leave two and they have each other. No horse is alone; no horse is likely to panic. If your horses are in a drylot, food can be a major distraction.

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4. Never tease or annoy a horse. 5. Keep your voice soft - He can hear you without yelling! 6. Do not punish your horse for being scared. 7. Leave other horses besides yours alone. 8. Always walk up to a horse correctly & safely.

9. When you stop working with your horse for the day, always quit on good.