Arab Islamic Voices, Agencies, and Abilities

Arab Islamic Voices, Agencies, and Abilities

This book explores portrayals and predicaments of the disabled in Arab/Muslim post colonial North African and Middle Eastern societies in genres ranging from classical Arabic scripture to secular popular culture including Francophone Moroccan and Algerian fiction, Egyptian Middle Eastern film, as well as Tunisian song and television. In line with theorists Aijaz Ahmad and Ato Quayson’s objection to reading Third World literature as “national allegory,” The… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (November 01, 2017)

Page count: 165 pages

Language: English

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