In Search of Walid Masoud: A Novel

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Syracuse University Press, 2000 - Fiction - 289 pages
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When Palestinian intellectual, Walid Masoud disappears, suspicion arises that he may have gone underground as part of a political movement. Masoud leaves behind a lengthy tape recording which is transcribed by each of his comrades in a series of monologues narrating their own experiences.

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Set in highly politicized postcolonial Palestine, this book, which concerns the disappearance of fictitious Palestinian intellectual Walid Masoud, reads more like a factual account than a novel. The ... Read full review


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Adnan Haydar is professor of Arabic and comparative literature at the University of Arkansas. He has published many translations from Arabic, including Jabra Ibrahim Jabra's celebrated The Ship.

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