Table of contents for Mahmoud Darwish, exile's poet : critical essays / edited by Hala Khamis Nassar and Najat Rahman.

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Table of Contents
Preface: Salma Khadra Jayussi (?)
Introduction: Hala Khamis Nassar & Najat Rahman
1. Modern Arabic Poetry: Vision and Reality, Bassam Frangieh 
2. Hebrew Bible and Arabic Poetry. Mahmoud Darwish?s Palestine from Paradise lost to a Homeland made of words, Angelika Neuwirth
3. Transformations in the Image of Palestine in the Poetry of Mahmoud Darwish, Faysal Darraj. Translated by Hala Khamis Nassar and Areeg Ibrahim
4 ?Other Barbarians Will Come?: Intertextuality, Meta-Poetry and Meta Myth in Mahomud Darwish?s Poetry, Reuven Snir 
5 Alternative History, Expanding Identity: Myths Reconsidered in Mahmoud Darwish?s Poetry, Ipek Azimi Celik
6 Exile and the City: The Arab City in the Writing of Mahmoud Darwish, Hala Khamis Nassar 
7 Returning to Wind: On Darwish?s La ta?tadhir?Amma Fa?lta, Sinan Antoon 
8 Threatened Belonging and Perpetual Search: The writing of Home in the Poetry of Mahmoud Darwish, Najat Rhaman 
9 ?The Force of Language?: Poetry, Violence, Relation in Mahmoud Darwish?s State of Siege, Jeffrey Sacks
10 The Image of the Father in the Poetry of Mahmoud Darwish, Suliman Jubran
11 Jidaryat Mahmoud Darwish and Eliot?s Prufrock: The Confrontation of Separation with Conjecture, Muhmmad Shahin Translated by Hala Khamis Nassar and Nachy Kanfer 
12 The Art of Repetition: the ?Poetic Prose of Mahmoud Darwish and Mourid Barghouti, Stuart Regaluth 
13 Interview with Mahmoud Darwish, Najat Rahman

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Darwêaish, Maáohmêaud -- Criticism and interpretation.