Bayoumi, Moustafa
September 2004
Arab Studies Quarterly;Fall2004, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p53
Academic Journal
Analyzes the works and ideas of scholar and activist Edward Said. Arguments presented in the books "Orientalism" and "Culture and Imperialism" on cultural authority; Comparison of oppositional criticism with secular criticism; Correlation between filiation and affiliation; Exemplification of critical humanism in philologist Erich Auerbach.


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