Article Title

The Enemy


Mahmoud Darwish


The article presents the poem "The Enemy," by Mahmoud Darwish and translated from the Arabic by Catherine Cobham. First Line: I was there a month ago. I was there a year ago. I was always there as if I was never; Last Line: and nameless. It is he who has chosen to have a single name: the enemy.

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