Post-Gibran Anthology of New Arab American Writing

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Munīr ʻAkash, Khaled Mattawa
Kitab, 1999 - Fiction - 460 pages
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An anthology of 44 essays by new & familiar Arab writers reveals the multileveled textures of the exiles of new Arab writing. This marks the beginning of an era when Arab American writing will stand on its own, alongside other established American literature.

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Post-Gibran anthology of new Arab American writing

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The author of The Prophet and the best-known Arab American literary figure, the late Kahlil Gibran would be proud of a new generation represented in this anthology of more than 40 writers and poets ... Read full review

Contents

DIANA ABUJABER
1
NUAR ALSADIR
9
ELMAZ ABI NADER
19
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Khaled Mattawa was born in Benghazi, Libya, in 1964 and immigrated to the U.S. in his teens. He is the author of four books books of poetry, ISMAILIA ECLIPSE (Sheep Meadow Press, 1995), ZODIAC OF ECHOES (Ausable Press, 2003), Amorisco (Ausable Press, 2008), and TOCQUEVILLE (New Issues Poetry & Prose, 2010).

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