Vitality and dynamism : interstitial dialogues of language, politics, and religion in Morocco's literary tradition / edited by Kirstin Ruth Bratt, Youness M. Elbousty, Devin J. Stewart.

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Leiden, [Netherlands] : Leiden University Press, 2014. , ©2014
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Language and culture -- Morocco.
English literature -- History and criticism -- Morocco.
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""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""Introduction. The Vitality of Tradition""; ""Identity in the Moroccan Context""; ""Moroccan and Foreign Contexts""; ""Notes""; ""Chapter 1. How the West Was Won: The Arab Conqueror and the Serene Amazigh in Driss Chras La Mere du printemps""; ""Notes""; ""Chapter 2. Cultural Encounter in Moroccan Postcolonial Literature of English Expression""; ""Introduction""; ""Orientalism and the Ideology of Otherness""; ""Encountering the Other in Postcolonial Moroccan Texts""; ""Notes""; ""Chapter 3. Intersections: Amazigh (Berber) Literary Space""
""Les impunis, ou les obsessions interdites (2004)""""Notes""; ""Chapter 5. Tactile Labyrinths and Sacred Interiors: Spatial Practices and Political Choices in Abdelmajid Ben Jalloun's FAD; al-Tuf BA;la and Ahmed Sefrioui's La boete merveilles""; ""Labryinthine Space in FAD; al-Tufla""; ""The Sacred Interior in FD; al-TufBA;la""; ""Labryinthine Space in La boete merveilles""; ""The Sacred Interior in La boete merveilles""; ""The FaÃade in La boete merveilles""; ""The Sacred Interior in FD; al-TufBA;la, Again""; ""Political Spaces in Moroccan Literature""; ""Notes""
""Chapter 6. Monstrous Offspring: Disturbing Bodies in Feminine Moroccan Francophone Literature""""Mythical Silence and Audible Words""; ""Space and Confinement""; ""Mother Society, My Torturer?""; ""Mutilation, Death and Mourning""; ""Agony and (As) Revolt""; ""Notes""; ""Chapter 7. Hegemonic Discourse in Orientalists Translations of Moroccan Culture""; ""The Interaction of Self and Othera in Cross-cultural Translations""; ""Cross-cultural Translations in Colonial/postcolonial Conditions""; ""Inhabiting the Exotic in Paul Bowles Translations of Moroccan Culture""
""Love With a Few Hairs / The Lemon: A Site for Hegemonic Representations of Moroccan Natives""""Conclusion""; ""Notes""; ""Chapter 8. The Counter cultural, Liberal Voice of Moroccan Mohamed Choukri and Its Affinities with the American Beats""; ""Notes""; ""Chapter 9. Khatibi: A Sociologist in Literature""; ""Abstract""; ""A Rich Corpus for Sociological Inquiry""; ""Khatibi's Self-Definition: Maghreb, Europe or Both""; ""Irreconcilable Divisions in the Maghreb""; ""Writing in French as Trace of Difference""; ""Morocco's Unique Traits""; ""Notes""
""Chapter 10. Emigration and Quest for Identity in Laila Lalami�s Hope & Other Dangerous Pursuits, Akbib's The Lost Generation, and Fandi's Alien Arab and Maybe Illegal in America""
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Bratt, Kirstin Ruth, editor.
Elbousty, Youness M., editor.
Stewart, Devin J., editor.
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