1st Edition

The Palestinian Novel A Communication Study

By Ibrahim Taha Copyright 2002
    260 Pages
    by Routledge

    248 Pages
    by Routledge

    Examines the complex relationship between the reality of the Palestinian minority in Israel and their literature through six novels, according to a literary communication model which enables Dr Taha to examine how authors who belong to this minority relate to their readers.

    Introduction The Palestinian Novel in Israel: An Overview; Chapter 1 The Palestinian Literature in Israel*This Chapter was first published in Arabic and Middle Eastern Literatures 3:2 (2000), pp. 219-234.; Chapter 2 Author, Text and Reader – A Model of Part nership; Chapter 3 The Author as a Serious Comedian, Emile ?ab?b?; Chapter 4 The Author as a Character, Sam?? al-Q?sim; Chapter 5 The Author as a Scholar, Sal?m Kh?r?; Chapter 6 The Author as a Part ner, Zak? Darw?sh; Chapter 7 The Author as a Narrator, Riy?? Baydas; Chapter 8 The Author as an Historian, Suhayl K?w?n; Chapter 9 Author-Reader Struggle Over Text Domination;


    Ibrahim Taha