Table of contents for Of irony and empire : Islam, the West, and the transcultural invention of Africa / Laura Rice.

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Contents:
Acknowledgments (iv)									
Chapter 1 	Prologue: Of Irony & Empire (1)						
 Chapter 2	African Conscripts/European Conflicts: 
		Race, Memory, and the Lessons of War (67)				
Chapter 3 	Raising Kane: 
		The Ambiguous Adventure of Reading Cheikh Hamidou Kane	(114)	
Chapter 4	 Heimlich un-Heimlich: 
Of Home as Heterotopia in Salih, Tlili, and Mokeddem (179)				
Chapter 5	Epilogue: The Ends of Irony (246)						
Endnotes (277)
Bibliography (295)
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africa -- Intellectual life.
Islamic countries -- Intellectual life.
Africa -- Relations -- Europe.
Europe -- Relations -- Africa.
Imperialism in literature.
Irony in literature.
Imperialism in literature.
War in literature.
African literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Islamic literature -- Africa -- History and criticism.