2 edition of Stories from the Arab world found in the catalog.
Stories from the Arab world
1965 by Longmans .
Written in English
|Statement||illustrated by Abdallah Chahal.|
|Series||Structural readers;stage 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
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and the Arab World, Oil, The Gulf War, The Question of Palestine. In all there are pages of duplicate masters: core essays, readings, lesson plans and resources/5(4).
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While civil war raged in Lebanon, Najla Jraissaty Khoury traveled with a theater troupe, putting on shows in marginal areas where electricity was a luxury, in air raid shelters, Palestinian refugee camps, and isolated villages.
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A CD with the 5 best stories from each literary contest, "One Thousand Nights and Awakening" and "Two Thousand Nights and Awakening", read in Arabic, English and Spanish by native speakers.
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