JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
Saudi Arabia’s location at the crossroads of vital trade routes in the ancient world has given it a rich history and vibrant culture. In Walking Without a Shadow, renowned Arab poet Mohammad Mashat invites readers on a literary odyssey deep into the heart and soul of his beloved homeland.
This collection features twenty-eight original Arabic poems by Mashat. It encompasses a breathtaking range of subjects— some his works are romantic, others explore political issues and some others offer a glimpse into the dynamics of Saudi Arabian society. The resultant work is a richly embroidered tapestry that captures the zeitgeist of the region as well as well as present day problems and aspirations of the nation, the Arabs, the world and humanity as a whole.
Compelling, thoughtful and unforgettable, Walking Without a Shadow is both a compilation of personal expressions and a poetic celebration of one of the most stunning Middle Eastern countries.
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About the Author
Mohammad Mashat is a Saudi Arab citizen, born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He holds a BA degree in Math. from the University of Texas, at Austin, and an MSM in Management from the ADL Institute of Management, Cambridge, Mass. A well-known Saudi poet and writer, he has been chosen as one of the present time Arab poets in 1995 by Ababtain Poets Arab Encyclopedia. Some of his works are included in their anthology. He has published three books of poetry in 1988, 2001 and 2007 and one book on Saudi Arabia’s oil industry in 2011.
Walking Without a Shadow * by Mohammad Mashat
Publication Date: November 21, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 120 pages; 978-1-4797-4074-1
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