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Título: Abou-Naddara (Flûtiste, Clarinette, Charmeur...
Editorial: Paris, 1880-1882.
Año de publicación: 1880
Encuadernación: Soft cover
Condición del libro: Very Good
Complete run between 1880 and 1882, satirical magazine SANUA (James) [Known as Abou Naddara] Ya’qub Rufa’il Sanu’ (1839-1912): Abou-Naddara [Organe de la Jeunesse d’Egypte]. Paris, 1880-1882. 41 issues, 4to (27 x 21.6 cm), comprising: Le Flûtiste, nos. 1-3 (each 2ff), 4 June – 20 June 1880, in Arabic; La Clarinette (Aby Zammara), nos. 1-3 (each 2ff), 12 July – 27 August 1880, in Arabic; Le Charmeur (Al-Hawi), nos. 1-4 (each 2ff), 5 February – 25 March 1881, in Arabic; Abou Naddara 5è année , nos. 1-15 (each 2ff, except nos. 6, 7 and 8 each with 4ff), in Arabic; Abou Naddara – Abou Naddara Zarka 6è année , nos. 1-6 (each 2ff), in Arabic, nos. 8-16 including translations in French. Lithographically produced from original drawings and handwriting in both Arabic and French. The first Arabic magazine to feature cartoons, the captions for these being given in French and Arabic, as well as the being the first to use in the press a colloquial Arabic – a language radically different from the literary form. James Sanua, known as Abou Naddara (‘father of spectacles’) came from a Sephardic Jewish family, partly educated in Italy, he became one of the major intellectual figures in late 19th century Egypt. A sharp political commentator and a great renovator of Arabic drama, he founded the satirical magazine Abou Naddara in 1877. Although it was quickly suppressed and its author banned, Abou Naddara enjoyed great popularity and its circulation was considerable though it was quite ephemeral. N° de ref. de la librería ABBSanua
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