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It is a book from the late 1. .Käyttäjän arvio - lilithcat - LibraryThing. An English translation of a French translation from the Arabic. Edward A. Lacey, René R. Khawam.
Find in Any Book, a 1988 publication of the poetry of Ahmad al-Tifashi. The Delight of Hearts won a Lambda Literary Award in 1989. While working in Thailand, Lacey suffered life-threatening injuries in 1991 when he passed out drunk in a street in Bangkok and was run over by a vehicle Author Fraser Sutherland published a biography of Lacey, Lost Passport: The Life and Words of Edward Lacey, in 2011.
Ahmad al-Tifashi (or Ahmad ibn Yusuf al-Tīfāchī), born in Tiffech, a village near Souk Ahras in Algeria (1184- died 1253 in Cairo) was a Berber poet, writer, and anthologist, best known for his work A Promenade of the Hearts. Little is known of al-Tifashi's life. He appears to have lived mostly in Tunis, Cairo, and Damascus, although he may even have been nomadic. He was highly educated and cultured.
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Flag as Inappropriate. A scholarly translation by Edward A. Lacey of the homoerotic sections was published in English as The Delight of Hearts, or What You Will Not Find In Any Book (1988). Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. This version won a Lambda Literary Award in 1989. al-Tifashi also wrote several treatises concerned with sexual hygiene, one of which is preserved in a copy at The National Library of Medicine.
The Delight of Hearts. Or What You Will Not Find in Any Book. Published June 1988 by Gay Sunshine Pr. Written in English. Homosexuality, Gay men, Sex customs.
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A Promenade of the Hearts is a collection of stories, anecdotes, and poems from the Arab Middle Ages, including some poems on homosexual and lesbian themes. Ahmad al-Tifashi, the compiler (1184-1253), was born in Tiffech now in Algeria and studied in Tunisia, Egypt and Damascus. A French translation by René R. Khawam, titled Les Délices des cœurs par Ahmad al-Tifachi, was published in 1971 and 1981, and an English translation by Edward A. Lacey, titled The Delight of Hearts, or What You Will Not Find in Any Book, was published in 1988 by Gay Sunshine Press.
Another interesting Arab from that general period is Ahmad al-Tifashi.
It was written in Arabic in the 13th century, and is a look at the sexual practices of the time. Another interesting Arab from that general period is Ahmad al-Tifashi. He was a poet, writer, and anthologist, mainly known for his anthology "Promenade of the Hearts" of poetry, jokes, and anecdotes of an erotic nature or about sexual practices. I've got it, and it is an amusing, entertaining, and eye-opening read.
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