Teaching Modern Arabic Literature in Translation - Options for Teaching (Hardback)Michelle Hartman (editor)
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Addressing the complications of translation head on, the volume interweaves such important issues such as gender, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the status of Arabic literature in world literature. Essays cover writers from the recent past, like Emile Habiby and Tayeb Salih; contemporary Palestinian, Egyptian, and Syrian literatures; and the literature of the nineteenth-century Nahda.
Publisher: Modern Language Association of America
Number of pages: 300
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"Excellent, timely, and well curated--the collection will fill a gaping need because it engages in thoughtful public discussion on the content and methodology for Arabic literature in translation courses." --Kamran Rastegar, Tufts University
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