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      Latin American and Arab Literature : Transcontinental Exchanges

      Edinburgh University Press
      Monograph, Islamic Studies, Literary Studies, Islamic Literature, Contemporary Literature, 3 - PDF, Literary studies: from c 1900 -, Asian history, Social & cultural history, Middle East, Latin America, Literary studies: general, Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers, Regional & national history, History: specific events & topics, Asia, The Americas, Literature: history & criticism, History, Geographical, Literature & literary studies, Humanities
      Arabic literature, Latin America, Latin American Literature, Comparative Literature, Spanish American literature, cultural exchange, world literature, Global South, transcontinental literature, Cuba, Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Mahjar poets

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          Since the 19th century, Arab migration from the Ottoman Empire to Latin America and Latin American travel to the Arab world has created transcontinental routes – and in the late 20th century, the translation of Latin American classics into Arabic flourished in the Arab world. Drawing on Latin American and Arabic novels, travelogues, memoirs, short stories and chronicles from Cuba, Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, Egypt, Lebanon and Iraq, Tahia Abdel Nasser shows how cultural exchange between Latin America and the Arab world cemented historical and diplomatic ties. She also explores how a new cadre of men of letters – poets, writers and intellectuals – shaped Arab Latin American encounters in the late 20th century.

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          13 December 2022
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          Monograph,Islamic Studies,Literary Studies,Islamic Literature,Contemporary Literature,3 - PDF,Literary studies: from c 1900 -,Asian history,Social & cultural history,Middle East,Latin America,Literary studies: general,Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers,Regional & national history,History: specific events & topics,Asia,The Americas,Literature: history & criticism,History,Geographical,Literature & literary studies,Humanities

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