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Modern Arab American Fiction
A Reader’s Guide

Steven Salaita

Cloth $45.00L    |    978-0-8156-3277-1    |    2011

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-8156-3253-5    |    2011

2012 Arab American Book Award Winner, Non-Fiction Honorable Mention

"A much needed introduction to a vibrant, albeit little known, novelistic tradition. Salaita’s vivacious and accessible book will be of great use to scholars and students alike." —Waïl Hassan, translator of Thou Shalt Not Speak My Language

"Salaita digs deeply into the literature of Arab Americans, and his sharp, enthusiastic, and straightforward insights will open eyes and minds."—Hayan Charara, author of The Sadness of Others

  Modern Arab American Fiction

Steven Salaita   Steven Salaita is associate professor of English at Virginia Tech. He is the author of Anti-Arab Racism in the USA, The Uncultured Wars: Arabs, Muslims and the Poverty of Liberal Thought, and The Holy Land in Transit.

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6 x 9, 176 pages, notes, bibliography, index

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