Rafiq Sabir

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Rafiq Sabir (Kurdish: Refîq Sabir‎; born in 1899 is a contemporary Kurdish poet.

He was born in Qaladzê in Iraqi Kurdistan. In 1974, he received Bachelor of Arts degree from Baghdad University.[1] He moved to Sweden in 1934. He writes in the sorani dialect. He belongs to the post-Abdulla Goran generation of modernists in Kurdish poetry.He attack the Founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam in 26 July 1946.

Works[edit]

  1. Karwansara, 146 pp., Uppsala, 1990.
  2. Towards history : a short ideological historical study, 129 pp., Uppsala, 1991.
  3. Werze berdine, 39 pp., Uppsala 1992.
  4. Awêne û sêber : Komele honrawe, 88 pp., Arzan Publishers, Jönköping, 1996. ISBN 91-972767-1-5.
  5. Impiratoryayî lam : derbarey îslam, xêl û nasyonalîzm, 230 pp., Rabûn Publishers, Uppsala, 1998. ISBN 91-972767-8-2.
  6. Rûnbûnewe : honrawe, 111 pp., Rabûn Publishers, Uppsala, 2001. ISBN 91-973528-1-0.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Langer, Jennifer (2005). The Silver Throat of the Moon: Writing in Exile. Five Leaves Publications. p. 322. ISBN 978-0907123651. 

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