Ibrahim Nasrallah Northwestern University Press, 2009 Library of Congress PJ7852.A688M3813 2009 | Dewey Decimal 892.716
Ibrahim Nasrallah is among the foremost Palestinian poets of his generation. In his fusion of historical anguish and personal insight, his poems are deceptively simple and direct, and informed by a generosity of spirit that is rare in any language. While his fiction has received acclaim throughout most of the world, his equally accomplished poetry is less well known. These selected poems, luminously translated by Omnia Amin and Rick London, present a mature poet writing at the height of his considerable powers.