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Hermann Hesse, He wrote a similar book called Siddharta. Doppelgaenger in German Literature. 3) Al-Ousba Al- Andaloussiiya (Arabic Pen League in Latin America)Portugal and spain are connected in the area that is called the Andalous.
A conscious effort to establish Arabic schools to maintain culture and language; lobbying government to include Arabic Studies in university curricularEstablishment of several Arabic Schools: schools of Arab aat sao paolo universityLebanese Schools in 1900, Sarah Shahine and Literature….4) Post war (after 19450 arabic LiteratureTaha Hussein ( Egypt), Dean of Arabic literature ( Ameed al adab al-Arabi.Some key names: Badr Shakir al-sayyab (Iraq) – Khalil al Moutran (Lebanon). From chapter 10, Jalim Barakat text)1.Novels of reconciliation: depicting social reality in a state of harmony are combined with concern about threatening changes. Example: Novels of Tawfiq al- Hakim (1933,1938)2.Novel of Exposure: Exposing the weakness of society and its institutions without exhibiting real commitment to the restructuring of the existing order. Example: Novels ofNagib Mahfouz, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, Tayyib Salih3.Novels of revolutionary change: Committed to revolutionary change in society, have more pronounced ideologies. Examples: Novels of Kahlil Gibran, Abdelrahman Munif, Abdel Rahman sharqawi Egyptian earth, Ghassan Kanafani, Yuffuf al Qa’eed, War in the Lord of Egypt, Ghassan Kanafani, Men in the sun. Monday March 12th2018In the early 19thcentury, when a considerable part of the male population of Cairo b-perhaps had may have been literate, only a few women were educatedSchool for girls in Lebanon started in 1834School for girls in Cairo started in 1871Americans founded the American University of Beirut in 1866 and the French founded the Jesuit university in Beirut in 1875. These other establishment welcomed boys and girls alike from all religious affiliations.
Catholic nun’s schools in Syria, Lebanon and Palestine were and are favored by Muslim families as these schools give their daughters the French language, goof manners, famine accomplishments and protection.By iv1939, there were many more girls in schools and even some women in Arab universities, with expanding social freedoms. A few professions were open to women. However, there was no chanfe in the legal status of womenSince the 1950s, in all Arab countries, including in the most conservative societies of Arabia girls were now going to school-At least at the primary level in most countries, there were almost as many girls as boys at school-At higher levels the proportion of girls was increasing rapidly critical massEmployment of Arab womenArab women today still play a limited role in the economic life of Arab countries. Chronology of Arab women employment:-1798, Arab women worked as domestic servants, wives who help their husbands in their trade and crafts and farms, daughters who assisted the family, female, entertainers,dancers and singers

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