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Angham A. Abdullah

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Angham A. Abdullah

Angham A. Abdullah was born in Iraq and is a PhD student at the Centre for Women’s Studies at the University of York in the UK.  She earned a BA in translation from Mosul University of Iraq in 1986 and an MA in English literature from Mosul University of Iraq in 1991.  She has worked as an assistant lecturer in English literature and language in Iraq, Yemen, Jordan, and Oman, and has translated work in a variety of disciplines. 

Articles by Angham A. Abdullah

My Body
By Manal Al-Sheikh
A body that is the one I borrowed the first night with you . . . I watch it every night running toward a waveless sea where the sand ofage rests in its veins . . .The wearied ships land in its eyesand…
Translated from Arabic by Angham A. Abdullah
Multilingual
War
By Manal Al-Sheikh
Men plan warsAnd women survive in the rubbleOne day there will be no menAnd a woman will pursue anotherIn search of the scent of the last manWho touched his lips to her neck.© Manal Al-Sheikh. By…
Translated from Arabic by Angham A. Abdullah
Multilingual
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