Alif 20

The Hybrid Literary Text: Arab Creative Authors Writing in Foreign Languages

Edited by Ferial Ghazoul

This issue of Alif is devoted to exploring creative texts by authors from the Arab world (including Karim Alrawi, Edward Said, Rafik Schami, and Ahdaf

English edition
538 pp.
17X24cm
ISBN 9789774245909
For sale worldwide

$24.95

This issue of Alif is devoted to exploring creative texts by authors from the Arab world (including Karim Alrawi, Edward Said, Rafik Schami, and Ahdaf Soueif) who write in foreign languages: Dutch, English, French, German, and Hebrew. Contributors: English Section: Shereen Abou El Naga, Magda Amin, Soraya Antonius, Anne Armitage, Andrea Flores, Nadia Gindi, Richard Jacquemond, Mahmoud El Lozy, Amin Malak, Khaled Mattawa, Cynthia Nelson, Marlous Willemsen. Arabic Section: Etel Adnan, Mahamed Lamine Ould Moulay Brahim, Ferial J. Ghazoul, Edwar al-Kharrat, Walid El Khachab, Abdelwahab Meddeb, Samia Mehrez, Dalia Said Mostafa, Tahia Abdel Nasser, Mahmoud Qassim, Bashir El-Siba’i, Anton Shammas, Muhammad Siddiq, Ahdaf Soueif.

Ferial Ghazoul

<p>FERIA J. GHAZOUL is an Iraqi scholar, critic, and translator. She is professor of English and comparative literature at the American University in Cairo, and editor of <em>Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics</em>. She has written extensively on gender issues in modern and medieval literature and is the author of <em>Nocturnal Poetics: The Arabian Nights in Comparative Context</em> (AUC Press, 1996). To read an interview with her (AUC Press e-Newsletter, November 2013), <a href="https://www.aucpress.com/t-eNewsletter-MeetTheAuthor-November2013.aspx?template=template_enewsletter">click here</a>.</p>
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