MELAYU BUKU YANG BERKAIT DENGAN «GOHA»
Ketahui penggunaan goha
dalam pilihan bibliografi berikut. Buku yang berkait dengan goha
dan ekstrak ringkas dari yang sama untuk menyediakan konteks penggunaannya dalam kesusasteraan Melayu.
This is an Intermediate Level story in a series of ELT readers comprising a wide range of titles - some original and some simplified - from modern and classic novels, and designed to appeal to all age-groups, tastes and cultures.
The Book of the Thousand and One Nights - Halaman 305
Goha walked a little apart and, after enveloping the child of his being in the stuff of his turban as if in a winding-sheet, returned to the washerwomen, who at once asked him what the thing might be. 'This is a poor man who died,' answered ...
J.C. Mardrus, E.P. Mathers, 2013
Raj Kahini: Kings of Rajasthan - Halaman 14
Mandlik did not have any children, when Goha sat near him on the stool Mandalik just could not take his eyes off the face of the handsome prince. Tears of happiness flowed from his eyes. Mandlik had a younger brother. He had left the Bheel ...
Abanindranath Tagore, 2014
The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night - Halaman 302
answered Goha, and he slipped the child into the cradle which gaped for it. Then he lay down again, breathing rather fast, and fell into deep slumber. In the middle of the night his wife pulled him by the foot, demanding that a shelter should be ...
Joseph Charles Mardrus, Edward Powys Mathers, 1986
Names and Naming in Young Adult Literature - Halaman 100
Goha's daughter is named Apple, her son is named Spark, the shepherd who works for her is named Clearbrook, a healer who lives some distance away is named Beech, while the local healer is named Ivy, and neighbors living near Ogion on ...
Alleen Pace Nilsen, Don L. F. Nilsen, 2007
Tomorrow, God Willing: Self-made Destinies in Cairo - Halaman 119
To illustrate the power of the people's talk, and a person's helplessness in the face of it, people tell the following story: Once upon a time long ago there lived a man named Goha. One day he was to journey to town with his little son and a ...
America and Egypt: From Roosevelt to Eisenhower - Halaman vii
The story, entitled Goha's Nail, illustrated a penchant for xenophobia and was a favorite story of both Naguib and Nasser. According to Naguib, Goha sold his home to a friend. The only condition was that Goha would retain the property rights ...
Arab Cooking on a Saskatchewan Homestead: Recipes ...
Recipes and Recollections Habeeb Salloum. X) Usually pictured as an old man with a white beard, a floppy hat, and black robes, Goha is a character out of Arab folklore, a "Wise fool” who is lovable, eccentric, simple, optimistic, and generous.
Tehanu: Book Four - Halaman 16
“Hey, there," he said, but Goha spoke at the same time and louder. “Out of my way!” she said, raising her alder stick as if it were a wizard's staff—“I have business with Ogion!" She strode between the men and straight on, Therru trotting beside ...
Oedipus Ubiquitous: The Family Complex in World Folk ...
THENEWORTHEOLD? egypt hen Goha was young, he lived with his father and his mother. His mother was getting old and his father wanted to marry a younger woman. People said to him, "Why do you have to do this?" 'Urn Goha [Go- ha's ...
Allen W. Johnson, Douglass Richard Price-Williams, 1996