Writing Muslim Identity

Writing Muslim Identity The relationship between Islam andthe West is one of the most urgent and hotly debated issues of our time Thisbook is the first to offer a comprehensive overview of the way in which Muslimsare represe

  • Title: Writing Muslim Identity
  • Author: Geoffrey Nash
  • ISBN: 9781441136664
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • The relationship between Islam andthe West is one of the most urgent and hotly debated issues of our time Thisbook is the first to offer a comprehensive overview of the way in which Muslimsare represented within modern English writing, ranging from the novel, throughmemoir and travel writing to journalism Covering a wide range of texts andauthors, it scrutinises the idenThe relationship between Islam andthe West is one of the most urgent and hotly debated issues of our time Thisbook is the first to offer a comprehensive overview of the way in which Muslimsare represented within modern English writing, ranging from the novel, throughmemoir and travel writing to journalism Covering a wide range of texts andauthors, it scrutinises the identity Muslim by looking at its inscription inrecent and contemporary literary writing within the context of significantevents like the Rushdie Affair and 9 11 Examining the wide range of writinginternationally that takes Islam or Islamic cultures as its focus, the authordiscusses the representation of Muslim identity in writing by non Muslimwriters, former Muslim native informants , and practising Muslims.

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