- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
- Introduction Literature and Nation in the Middle East: An Overview
1The Production of Locality in the Oral Palestinian Poetry Duel
2Irony and the Poetics of Palestinian Exile
3Gender and the Palestinian Narrative of Return in Two Novels by Ghassan Kanafani *
4Darwish's ‘Indian Speech’ as Dramatic Performance: Sacred Space and Transformation
5Israeli Jewish Nation Building and Hebrew Translations of Arabic Literature
6Between Myth and History: Moshe Shamir's He Walked in the Fields 1
7Writing the Nation: The Emergence of Egypt in the Modern Arabic Novel
8Arabic Poetry, Nationalism and Social Change: Sudanese Colonial and Postcolonial Perspectives
9Marginal Literatures of the Middle East
10The Predicament of In-Betweenness in the Contemporary Lebanese Exilic Novel in English
11The Nation Speaks: On the Poetics of Nationalist Literature 1
- Literature and Nation in the Middle East
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