al-Baruni, Za‘ima Sulayman (1910–1976)

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Titre
al-Baruni, Za‘ima Sulayman (1910–1976)
Date
2008
Langue
eng
Lieu de publication
Cairo
Maison d'édition
American University in Cairo Press
Résumé
Libyan literary pioneer and short-story writer born in Jadu, located in Libya’s western mountains. She is the daughter of anti-colonial fighter Sulayman al-Baruni. She received her early education in Turkish in Istanbul and then returned to Libya, where she completed her studies in the field of Arabic. She witnessed the various phases of her father’s struggle and after his death settled in Tripoli. She worked in education after Libyan independence and published her literary works in Libyan newspapers and magazines. She collected and edited critical editions on her father’s life and poetry. She participated in the Afro-Asian Women’s Conference held in Cairo in 1960.
Est une partie de
Arab Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide, 1873-1999
pages
372-373
ISBN
978-977-416-146-9
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Bibliographie

“al-Baruni, Za‘ima Sulayman (1910–1976)”, American University in Cairo Press, 2008, bibliographie, consulté le 24 avril 2024, http://ibadica.org:8080/s/bibliographie/item/177897

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