Dinarzad's Children (Google eBook)

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University of Arkansas Press
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Dinarzad's children: an anthology of contemporary Arab American fiction

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In the broadening canon of American literature, Arab American writers have been overlooked. Only in the last few years has there been a keen interest in things Middle Eastern; with that comes the ... Read full review

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Contents

THE NEW WORLD
3
AIRPORT
19
INCOUNTRY
27
EASY TO SAY
51
HOW WE ARE BOUND
67
CROSSCULTURAL ENCOUNTERS
81
NEWS FROM PHOENIX
83
EDGE OF ROCK
99
HAIR PRAYER AND MEN
225
OHIO
241
MARYAM AND MARISA
251
ITS NOT ABOUT THAT
275
LOOKING HOMEWARD
285
A DAY AT THE BEACH
287
HOW I BECAME MY MOTHERS DAUGHTER
297
MARIAM
303

MANAR OF HAMA
111
THE SALAD LADY
119
THE COAL BIN
125
MY ELIZABETH
135
RELATIONSHIPS
155
OH LEBANON
157
AND WHAT ELSE?
171
STAGE DIRECTIONS FOR AN EXTENDED CONVERSATION
183
THE WEDDING NIGHT
189
DISTANCES
203
POLITICS
223
SUGAR IN AMMAN
315
SHAPING IDENTITIES
325
LOST IN FREAKIN YONKERS
327
HE HAD DREAMED OF RETURNING
341
FIRST SNOW
357
THE FIFTYFOOT WOMAN
367
THE LEBANONDETROIT EXPRESS
375
THE AMERICAN WAY
379
CONTRIBUTORS
393
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CONTEMPORARY ARAB AMERICAN LITERATURE
401
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