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Takarlī, Fuʼād


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  • Variants

    • Takarli, Fouad
    • Takrilī, Fuʼād
    • Tikrilī, Fuʼād
    • Tikralī, Fuʼād
    • Takralī, Fuʼād
    • Al-Takarli, Fuad
    • Tikirlī, Fuʼād
    • Tekerly, Fuad
    • Tikerly, Fouad
    • تكرلي، فؤاد
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        1927
    • Death Date

        2008
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Jāmiʻat Baghdād
    • Birth Place

        Baghdad, Iraq
    • Associated Locale

        Amman, Jordan
    • Associated Locale

        Tunisia
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

    • Field of Activity

        Arabic literature
          Law
        • Occupation

            Author
              Attorney
                Judge
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            • Sources

              • found: His al-Rajʻ al-baʻīd, 1980:t.p. (Fuʼād Takarlī)
              • found: His Les voix de l'aube, c1985:t.p. (Fouad al-Takarli) p. 4 of cover (b. 8-22-27, Bagdad)
              • found: al-Masarrāt wa-al-awjāʻ, 1998:t.p. (Fuʼād al-Takarlī) t.p. verso (Fuad Al-Takarli [in roman.])
              • found: Khazīn al-lā-marʼīyāt, 2004:t.p. (Fuʼād al-Takarlī) p. facing t.p. (Fuad Tekerly [in rom.])
              • found: Wikipedia, viewed on Feb. 26, 2008(Fouad al-Tikerly [in rom.]; b. 1927 in Baghdad, Iraq; d. February 11, 2008, in Amman, Jordan; was a prominent Iraqi novelist and writer, who was, perhaps, best known for his groundbreaking novel, al-Rajea al-Baeed, (The long way back); Al-Tikerly was one of the last surviving members of a group of well-known Iraqi novelists from the 1970s era; graduated from the University of Baghdad's law school in 1949; he became an Iraqi judge in 1956 before becoming the head judge of the city of Baghdad's Court of Appeals; retired from the law in 1983 in order to devote more time to his novels; moved to Tunisia in 1990 after the death of his wife; the government of the United Arab Emirates awarded al-Tikerly with the Owais Prize for Arabic-language novels and literature in 2000; resided in Jordan from 2005 until his death)
            • LC Classification

              • PJ7864.A3744
            • Editorial Notes

              • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
              • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
            • Change Notes

              • 1982-02-23: new
              • 2012-02-15: revised
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