TITLE

BURIED IN THE DEEPEST RECESSES OF MEMORY: A QUEEN OR A SLAVE? THE VISION OF GHASSAN KANAFANI AND EMILE HABIBI OF THE CITY OF HAIFA

AUTHOR(S)
Attar, Samar
PUB. DATE
March 2007
SOURCE
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Literary Criticism
ABSTRACT
The author presents a literary criticism that examines the notion of city using the example of Haifa, Israel from examples taken from the Palestinian perspective drawn from the novels "Returning to Haifa," by Ghassan Kanafani, and "Saraya Bint al-Ghoul," by Emile Habibi, as well as the short story "Um al-Rubabika" or "The Mother of Junk," also by Emile Habibi.
ACCESSION #
25978092

 

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