Waiting for the Barbarians: A Tribute to Edward W. Said
Müge Gürsoy Sökmen, Bașak Ertür
Verso, 2008 - Literary Collections - 204 pages
Bringing together some of the figures most closely associated with Edward Said and his scholarship, Waiting for the Barbarians looks at Said the public intellectual and literary critic, and his political and intellectual legacy: the future through the lens of his work.
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