Writing Arab Selfhood – From Taha Husayn to Blogging
While Arab autobiographical discourse has always been a culturally rich phenomenon, in recent decades it has gone through crucial transformations in both form and method. The introductory chapter formulates a theoretical framework to the highly diverse autobiographical production, currently circulating in Arab culture. The chapter also explores the development of the autobiographical genre in Arabic literature throughout the 20th century by focusing on the types of identity produced in earlier texts.
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