That Makes Sense - Flipbook
The book unfolds the British culture and inadvertently compare it with ours. By the way, do you know the easiest way of impressing Brits? The gimmick is for their any statement, sensible or otherwise, your response should notalter. It should always be the book title-that makes sense.Follow this and experience the magic yourself.Sanaz’s first collection “I walk on dead letters” was translated into Arabic by great Arab poet and translator, Mohammad Helmi Alrisha which is the third Edition of this title to participate in all major Arab exhibitions. This book was the first collection of poetry translated into Arabic by an Iranian women after Forough Farrokhzad’s book. Most of her poems were published in important Arab newspapers and magazine like Al Ahram, Al Dustour many critics of Arab wrote positive reviews of her collection. She participated in many large Arabic and global poetry festivals in Tunisia, France, Iraq, Oman and Romania.
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Author NameSandeep Pawar
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