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Auteur: sebbar leila - Arabic as a Secret Song (Leila Sebbar )

9780813937564 - Leila Sebbar: Arabic as a Secret Song - Livre
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Leila Sebbar (?):

Arabic as a Secret Song (?)

Livraison à partir de : États-Unis d’AmériqueLivre est en langue anglaisCe livre est un livre relié, pas un livre de pocheNouveau livre

ISBN: 9780813937564 (?) ou 0813937566, en anglais, University of Virginia Press, couverture rigide, Nouveau

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Arabic-as-a-Secret-Song~~Le-la-Sebbar, Arabic as a Secret Song, Hardcover
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Numéro de commande vendeur: 9780813937564
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Catégorie: Fiction>Fiction Literary>Fict Literary
Données de 21-01-2017 08:37h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8139-3756-6, 978-0-8139-3756-4
9780813937564 - Leila Sebbar: Arabic as a Secret Song - Livre
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Leila Sebbar (?):

Arabic as a Secret Song (?)

Livraison à partir de : Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’Irlande du NordLivre est en langue anglaisNouveau livre

ISBN: 9780813937564 (?) ou 0813937566, en anglais, University of Virginia Press, Nouveau

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The celebrated and highly versatile writer Leila Sebbar was born in French colonial Algeria but has lived nearly her entire adult life in France, where she is recognized as a major voice on the penetrating effects of colonialism in contemporary society. The dramatic contrast between her past and present is the subject of the nine autobiographical essays collected in this volume. Written between 1978 and 2006, they trace a journey that began in Aflou, Algeria, where her father ran a schoolhouse, and continued to France, where Sebbar traveled, alone, as a graduate student before eventually realizing her powerful creative vision. The pieces collected in this book capture an array of experiences, sensations, and sentiments surrounding the French colonial presence in Algeria and offer an intimate and prismatic reflection on Sebbar's bicultural upbringing as the child of an Algerian father and French mother. Sebbar offers an unflinching portrait of her original disconnection from her father's Arabic language and culture; she goes on to describe her struggle to revive a cultural heritage that her family had deliberately obscured and translate into French the vibrant yet muted Arabic of her father and of Algeria. Looking back from numerous vantage points throughout her life, she presents the complicated and divisive dynamics of being raised "between two shores"-the colonized and the colonizer.
Numéro de commande vendeur: 9780813937564
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8139-3756-6, 978-0-8139-3756-4
9780813937571 - Leila Sebbar: Arabic as a Secret Song - Livre
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Leila Sebbar (?):

Arabic as a Secret Song (?)

Livraison à partir de : États-Unis d’AmériqueLivre est en langue anglaisIl s’agit d’un livre de pocheNouveau livre

ISBN: 9780813937571 (?) ou 0813937574, en anglais, University of Virginia Press, Livre de poche, Nouveau

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Arabic-as-a-Secret-Song~~Le-la-Sebbar, Arabic as a Secret Song, Paperback
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Numéro de commande vendeur: 9780813937571
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Catégorie: Fiction>Fiction Literary>Fict Literary
Données de 21-01-2017 08:37h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8139-3757-4, 978-0-8139-3757-1
9780813937571 - Leila Sebbar: Arabic as a Secret Song - Livre
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Leila Sebbar (?):

Arabic as a Secret Song (?)

Livraison à partir de : Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’Irlande du NordLivre est en langue anglaisNouveau livre

ISBN: 9780813937571 (?) ou 0813937574, en anglais, University of Virginia Press, Nouveau

25,39 (£ 21,96)¹(livraison gratuite, sans obligation)
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The celebrated and highly versatile writer Leila Sebbar was born in French colonial Algeria but has lived nearly her entire adult life in France, where she is recognized as a major voice on the penetrating effects of colonialism in contemporary society. The dramatic contrast between her past and present is the subject of the nine autobiographical essays collected in this volume. Written between 1978 and 2006, they trace a journey that began in Aflou, Algeria, where her father ran a schoolhouse, and continued to France, where Sebbar traveled, alone, as a graduate student before eventually realizing her powerful creative vision. The pieces collected in this book capture an array of experiences, sensations, and sentiments surrounding the French colonial presence in Algeria and offer an intimate and prismatic reflection on Sebbar's bicultural upbringing as the child of an Algerian father and French mother. Sebbar offers an unflinching portrait of her original disconnection from her father's Arabic language and culture; she goes on to describe her struggle to revive a cultural heritage that her family had deliberately obscured and translate into French the vibrant yet muted Arabic of her father and of Algeria. Looking back from numerous vantage points throughout her life, she presents the complicated and divisive dynamics of being raised "between two shores"-the colonized and the colonizer.
Numéro de commande vendeur: 9780813937571
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Données de 21-01-2017 08:37h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-8139-3757-4, 978-0-8139-3757-1
0704327783 - Leila Sebbar: Sh�razade - Livre
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Leila Sebbar (?):

Sh�razade (?)

Livraison à partir de : États-Unis d’AmériqueLivre est en langue anglaisLivres d’occasion, pas un nouveau livre.

ISBN: 0704327783 (?) ou 9780704327788, en anglais, Quartet Books, Utilisé

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contemporary,contemporary women,cultural heritage,education and reference,family saga,genre fiction,historical,literary,literature and fiction,women's fiction, Sherazade, Sherazade is seventeen, Algerian, and a run-away in Paris. Although she has no morals, no scruples, no politics, no apparent emotional depth and little education, Sherazade remains curiously unattached but innocent in the city's underworld of drop-outs, political activists and junkies.
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Numéro de commande vendeur: 1957376
Numéro de commande de plate-forme ThriftBooks.com: tb-1957376
Catégorie: Education & Reference
Données de 06-02-2017 11:57h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-7043-2778-3, 978-0-7043-2778-8
9780704327788 - Leila Sebbar: Sherazade - Livre
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Leila Sebbar (?):

Sherazade (?)

Livraison à partir de : États-Unis d’AmériqueLivre est en langue anglaisCe livre est un livre relié, pas un livre de pocheNouveau livre

ISBN: 9780704327788 (?) ou 0704327783, en anglais, Quartet Books, Limited, couverture rigide, Nouveau

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Sherazade~~Leila-Sebbar, Sherazade, Hardcover
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Numéro de commande vendeur: 9780704327788
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Catégorie: Undefined>Undefined>Undefined
Données de 06-02-2017 11:57h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 0-7043-2778-3, 978-0-7043-2778-8

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