Male-Female Relations in the Literary Maghreb

Male-Female Relations in the Literary Maghreb

Poetics and Politics of Violence and Liberation in Francophone North African Literature by Tahar Ben Jelloun

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This book is a study of male-female relations in two acclaimed novels by contemporary Maghrebi Francophone author and French intellectual, Tahar Ben Jelloun. The problematic of male-female relations in the Maghreb, especially as represented by Tahar Ben Jelloun--with its extensive and overarching implications and possibilities within and beyond the realm of literary enquiry--has not received due scholarly and critical attention up until now. This study responds to the need for a holistic understanding of these male-female relations. This volume makes a solid and timely contribution to the fiel.
Publisher: Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (195 pages)


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