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From:World Literature Today (Vol. 71, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedBeur literature refers to the body of work churned out by the children of North African immigrants to France. These second-generation immigrants portray the tensions they feel in their daily lives which arise from their...
From: World Literature Today[(essay date 1998) In the following review, Elia criticizes Mokeddem’s attempt to present a vision of healing multiculturalism in The Forbidden Woman, concluding instead that the African heroine suffers much more than...
From:Research in African Literatures (Vol. 30, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedGhanaian writer Ama Ata Aidoo's book "Changes" presents three women characters in different situations. One is a divorced career woman; one balances work inside and outside the home; and one is an educated Muslim trapped...
From: Variaciones Borges: Journal of the Jorge Luis Borges Center for Studies and DocumentsStudies of Jorge Luis Borges's work invariably highlight the wealth of philosophical and theological influences that underlie his ouvre. Yet a search through the bibliography tracing these sources reveals disappointingly...
From:NWSA Journal (Vol. 18, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedIn the present climate of virulent Islamophobia, various U.S. circles are nevertheless opening up to Muslim and Arab American women. This phenomenon must be understood as a contemporary manifestation of colonialist...
From: World Literature Today[(review date autumn 1995) In the following review, Elia questions Ben Jelloun's ambivalent portrayal of sexism in his short story collection Le Premier amour est toujours le dernier.] Winner of the prestigious Prix...
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