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Yahia Lababidi, Egypt’s “spokesperson of silence” and modern mystic poet

by Sharif Nassef Reviews & Interviews
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When a few fateful re-tweets put me into contact with Egyptian-American poet and ‘seeker’ Yahia Labadidi, I never expected to come across a work with such suave girth.

“Contemplations” on a Massachusetts Poet: American Muse

by Micah Towery Poetry and Poetics
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The story of Cain is built into the founding mythos of America, whose people were cast out of Europe to violently master “uncivilized” land.

Psychoanalysis and the Mad Artist: Hölderlin’s Empty Center

by Daniel Tutt Poetry and Poetics
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Psychoanalysis is a good system for those of us that like structure.

Underground Revisited by Yahia Lababidi: With Introduction by Brian Chappell

by Brian Chappell Fiction
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Abominable Ladies and Gentleman, thank me for coming!

Unstuck with Yahia Lababidi

by Brian Chappell Academia
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Yahia Lababidi remembers late nights in his dorm room at George Washington University, tossing in bed as the voices of Wilde, Rilke and Kafka reverberated around him.