Tales of Goha

  • Title: Tales of Goha
  • Author: Leslie Caplan Peter Rush
  • ISBN: 9780435270087
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tales of Goha Goha Juhaa is an old Arab comic literary figure known also to Persians and Turks around whom countless popular anecdotes were written He appears variously as preacher and beggar porter and petty merc
    Goha Juhaa is an old Arab comic literary figure known also to Persians and Turks around whom countless popular anecdotes were written He appears variously as preacher and beggar, porter and petty merchant, thief and honest man, judge and social critic, wise man and fool, jester and charlatan though never as wealthy man or oppressor While the subject matter is ArabGoha Juhaa is an old Arab comic literary figure known also to Persians and Turks around whom countless popular anecdotes were written He appears variously as preacher and beggar, porter and petty merchant, thief and honest man, judge and social critic, wise man and fool, jester and charlatan though never as wealthy man or oppressor While the subject matter is Arab or otherwise Islamic, the humor transcends national and cultural boundaries to achieve a universality that is instantly recognizable and accessible today.

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    1. Simply hilarious. So many of the stories made me roll with laughter when I read it is a kid! Great for getting children hooked on to reading. It is 64 pages long, but if you leave out the TOC, appendices, illustrations and so on, you'll find the stories amounting to about 43 pages. This is a sly way of reducing the size of a book in children's eyes, especially if they are new to reading.Be sure to check out its other re-tellings, like the much longer Tales of Juha: Classic Arab Folk Humor by Chr [...]

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