Of irony and empire: Islam, the West, and the transcultural invention of Africa

Prologue : of irony & empire -- African conscripts/European conflicts : race, memory, and the lessons of war -- Ambiguous adventure : reading Cheikh Hamidou Kane -- Heimlich un-Heimlich : of home as heterotopia in Salih, Tlili, and Mokeddem -- Epilogue : the ends of irony

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Contributors: Rice, Laura (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Albany State University of New York Press c2007
Series/Journal:SUNY series, explorations in postcolonial studies
Further subjects:B Islamic literature
B War in literature
B Irony in literature
B African literature 20th century History and criticism
B Africa Relations Europe
B Europe
B International relations
B Africa
B Europe Relations (Africa)
B Islamic countries
B Islamic literature History and criticism Africa
B Europe Relations Africa Africa Europe Islamic countries
B Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc
B Intellectual life
B Imperialism in literature
B Africa Intellectual life
B Islamic literature (Africa) History and criticism
B Islamic countries Intellectual life
B Africa Relations (Europe)
B HISTORY ; General
B Criticism, interpretation, etc
B African literature History and criticism 20th century
B African literature
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Summary:Prologue : of irony & empire -- African conscripts/European conflicts : race, memory, and the lessons of war -- Ambiguous adventure : reading Cheikh Hamidou Kane -- Heimlich un-Heimlich : of home as heterotopia in Salih, Tlili, and Mokeddem -- Epilogue : the ends of irony
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-223) and index. - Description based on print version record
ISBN:1435626885