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Raising Dust: A Cultural History of Dance in Palestine

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Dance in Palestine has a history as complex and contentious as the land itself.  Whether dismissed as bacchantic madness by Bible tourists in the 19th Century, revived and glorified by Zionists, Pan-Arabists and Palestinian Nationalists in the 20th Century, or rejected by Islamic Reformists in the 21st Century, dance in Palestine has a rich and elusive story that remains t ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published May 15th 2010 by I. B. Tauris (first published January 1st 2010)
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English writer who was the first to attempt a critical edition of the works of Shakespeare. Rowe succeeded Nahum Tate as poet laureate in 1715 and was also the foremost 18th-century English tragic dramatist, doing much to assist the rise of domestic tragedy.

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