Writing Muslim Identity Paperback – 26 Jan 2012
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"Nash'sdiscourse is layered and nuanced, at times forcefully polemical, but alwayslucid and intellectually stimulating. In this book he raises some sharp andastute points that would enrich current, complex debates concerning literature, religion, and identity."--,
"There are currently few more controversial topics than Muslim identity, and the ways in which it is formed, lived, and understood. In his wide-ranging study, Geoff Nash bravely tackles a variety of contemporary representations and interventions - fictional and non-fictional, Muslim and non-Muslim - of this thorny subject."--Sanford Lakoff
"Nash's discourse is layered and nuanced, at times forcefully polemical, but always lucid and intellectually stimulating. In this book he raises some sharp and astute points that would enrich current, complex debates concerning literature, religion, and identity."--Sanford Lakoff
About the Author
Geoffrey Nash is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Sunderland, UK. His books include The Anglo-Arab Encounter (Peter Lang, 2007) and The Arab Writer in English (1998)