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Intertextuality in modern Arabic literature since 1967 /
edited by Luc Deheuvels, Barbara Michalak-Pikulska and Paul Starkey.
imprint
Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2009.
description
vi, 227 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
0719081890 (pbk.), 9780719081897 (pbk.)
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Book
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imprint
Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2009.
isbn
0719081890 (pbk.)
9780719081897 (pbk.)
contents note
Intertextuality in modern Arabic literature since 1967 / Roger Allen -- The narrative of the ship : al-Mu'aqqit, Maḥfūẓ, and Jabrā / Richard van Leeuwen -- D'arbres et de lunes : parcours intertextuel dans la littérature arabe contemporaine / Luc-Willy Deheuvels -- Intertextuality gone awry? The mysterious (dis)appearance of 'tradition' in the Arabic novel / Wen-chin Ouyang -- Appropriating, or secretly undermining, the secular literary heritage? Distant echoes of Mawsim al-Hijra in a Muslim writer's novel : Leila Aboulela / The translator, Stephan Guth -- Intertexte et mémoire dans l'écriture romanesque de Rabī' Jābir : essai sur le roman Ralph Rizqallah fi 'l-mir'āt / Sobhi Boustani -- Transformations of the Thousand and one nights : Zakariyyā Tāmir's ʻShahriyār wa-Shahrazād' and Muḥammad Jibrīl's Zahrat al-Sabāḥ / Ulrike Stehli-Werbeck -- Intertextual and intratextual processes in al-Malik huwa al-malik by Sa'd Allāh Wannūs / Rosella Dorigo -- From intertext to mixed media : the case of Edwār al-Kharrāṭ / Robin C. Ostle -- Intertextuality and the Arabic literary tradition in Edwār al-Kharrāṭ's Stones of Bobello / Paul Starkey -- The past in the present : aspects of intertextuality in modern literature in the Gulf / Gail Ramsay -- The mosaic of quotations and the labyrinth of interpretations : the problem of intertextuality in the modern literature of the Gulf / Barbara Michalak-Pikulska.
general note
"First published 2006 by Durham modern languages series"--T.p. verso.
"The chapters of the present volumes represent edited versions of papers originally presented at the Conference on Intertextuality in Modern Arabic Literature Since 1967 held at the Jagiellonian University, Kraków in May 2003"--Pref.
catalogue key
7260907
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-217) and index.
A Look Inside
About the Author
Author Affiliation
Luc Deheuvels is Professor at the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO), Paris, France Professor Barbara Michalak-Pikulska is Head of the Arab Studies Department at Jagiellonian University, Krakw, Poland Professor Paul Starkey is Head of the Arabic Department, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University, and Co-Director of the Centre for the Advanced Study of the Arab World
Summaries
Main Description
This volume of essays is the first to be dedicated to the subject of intertextuality in modern Arabic literature. Beginning with a general overview of the topic by Roger Allen, it brings together essays on a range of writers from all parts of the Arab world, including, among others, Edwar al-Kharrat, Sa'd Allah Wannus, Najib Mahfuz, Rabi' Jabir, Salim Matar and the recently deceased Sudanese writer al-Tayyib Salih, whose seminal workSeason of Migration to the Northheralded a new phase in the modern Arabic literary tradition. The volume, which also includes two essays on aspects of intertextuality in Gulf literature, also discusses transformations of popular medieval literature such as theAlf Layla wa-Layla(theThousand and One Nights) in modern Arabic literature.
Main Description
This volume of essays is the first to be dedicated to the subject of intertextuality in modern Arabic literature. Beginning with a general overview of the topic by Roger Allen, it brings together essays on a range of writers from all parts of the Arab world, including, among others, Edwar al-Kharrat, Sa'd Allah Wannus, Najib Mahfuz, Rabi' Jabir, Salim Matar and the recently deceased Sudanese writer al-Tayyib Salih, whose seminal work Season of Migration to the North heralded a new phase in the modern Arabic literary tradition. The volume, which also includes two essays on aspects of intertextuality in Gulf literature, also discusses transformations of popular medieval literature such as the Alf Layla wa-Layla (the Thousand and One Nights ) in modern Arabic literature.
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Beginning with a general overview of the topic by Roger Allen, this volume brings together essays on a range of writers from all parts of the Arab world, including, among others, Edwar al-Kharrat, Sa'd Allah Wannus, Najib Mahfuz, Rabi' Jabir, Salim Matar and the recently deceased Sudanese writer al-Tayyib Salih, whose seminal workSeason of Migration to the Northheralded a new phase in the modern Arabic literary tradition. The volume, which also includes two essays on aspects of intertextuality in Gulf literature, also discusses transformations of popular medieval literature such as theAlf Layla wa-Layla(theThousand and One Nights) in modern Arabic literature.
Main Description
This volume of essays is the first to be dedicated to the subject of intertextuality in modern Arabic literature. Beginning with a general overview of the topic by Roger Allen, it brings together essays on a range of writers from all parts of the Arab world, including, among others, Edwar al-Kharrat, Sa'd Allah Wannus, Najib Mahfuz, Rabi' Jabir, Salim Matar and the recently deceased Sudanese writer al-Tayyib Salih, whose seminal work *Season of Migration to the North* heralded a new phase in the modern Arabic literary tradition. The volume, which also includes two essays on aspects of intertextuality in Gulf literature, also discusses transformations of popular medieval literature such as the *Alf Layla wa-Layla* (the Thousand and One Nights) in modern Arabic literature.
Bowker Data Service Summary
Beginning with a general overview of the topic, this guide to intertextuality in modern Arabic literature includes essays by Edwar al-Kharrat, Sa'd Allah Wannus, Najib Mahfuz and Rabi' Jabir.
Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgementsp. vii
Intertextuality in Modern Arabic Literature since 1967p. 1
The Narrative of the Ship: al-Mu'aqqit, Mahfuz, and Jabra;p. 13
D'arbres et de lunes: parcours intertextuel dans la littérature arabe contemporainep. 33
Intertextuality Gone Awry? The Mysterious (Dis)appearance of 'Tradition' in the Arabic Novelp. 45
Appropriating, or Secretly Undermining, the Secular Literary Heritage? Distant echoes of Mawsim al-Hijra in a Muslim writer's novelp. 65
Intertexte et mémoire dans l'écriture romanesque de Rabi;c Jabir: Essai sur le roman Ralph Rizqallah fi 'l-mir'atp. 83
Transformations of the Thousand and One Nights: Zakariyya Tamir's 'Shahriyar wa-Shahrazad' and Muhammad Jibril's Zahrat al-Sabahp. 103
Intertextual and Intratextual Processes in al-Malik huwa al-malik by Sacd Allah Wannusp. 117
From Intertext to Mixed Media: the case of Edwar al-Kharratp. 133
Intertextuality and the Arabic Literary Tradition in Edwar al-Kharrat's Stones of Bobellop. 149
The Past in the Present: aspects of intertextuality in modern literature in the Gulfp. 161
The Mosaic of Quotations and the Labyrinth of Interpretations: the problem of intertextuality in the modern literature of the Gulfp. 187
Select Bibliographyp. 201
Indexp. 219
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