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  • Between History and Identity: Freud and the Non-European

    Quite differently from the spirit of Freud's deliberately provocative reminders that Judaism's founder was a non-Jew, and that Judaism beginsin the realm of Egyption, non-Jewish monotheism, Israeli legislation countervenes, represses, and even cancels Freud's carefully maintained opening out of Jewish identity towards its non-Jewish background. (Said, 66)
  • The Bones of Grace: Rewriting History

    Tahmima Anam attracted an international readership when her debut novel A Golden Age (2007) won the Commonwealth Writer's Prize for Best First Book in 2008.
  • Crescent: A Review

    Diana Abu-Jaber, a Jordanian-American writer based in U.S., attracted an international readership when her debut novel Arabian Jazz
  • Edward W. Said: An Anniversary Tribute

    Edward W. Said (1 November, 1935 - 25 September 2003) – former Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia
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