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Saadi Youssef

Saadi Youssef was born in Iraq in 1933. He worked in teaching and journalism in Kuwait, Algeria, Lebanon, Cyprus, Yugoslaia, Yemen, and France. His works include fifteen volumes of poetry, a novel, three books of criticism, and translations of Whitman, Cavafy, Ritsos, and Ngugi wa Thiongo, among others. A collection of his selected poems, translated by Khaled Mattawa, was released as Without an Alphabet, Without a Face by Graywolf Press in 2002. He now lives in Jordan. (1998)

AGNI has published the following work by Saadi Youssef:

The Fence (translated from the Arabic by Khaled Mattawa)
The Fence (translated from the Arabic by Khaled Mattawa)
The Porcupine (translated from the Arabic by Khaled Mattawa)

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