Representations of the Intellectual: The 1993 Reith Lectures
In this series of essays, based on his 1993 Reith Lectures, Edward Said explores what it means to be an intellectual today. It is, he argues, the intellectual's role to represent a message or view not only to, but for, a public, and to do so as an outsider - someone who cannot be co-opted by a government or corporation.
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Representations of the Intellectual
Holding Nations and Traditions at Bay
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