Macfie, A. L.
Publication Date 2002
ISBN 0582423864
Publisher Longman
Binding Paperback
Condition Very good copy
SKU 20462
Notes Very clean and neat.


Paperback. 242pp. Charting the history of the debate caused by Edward Said’s Oreintalism. Includes the history of the rise of Arabic studies in England, France, Germany, and of Indic studies in England, followed by consideration of Orientalism in the arts, Marxist theory, several chapters on response to Edward Said, and case studies on Orientalism and Algeria, Imaging India, Scottish Orientalism, oriental enlightenment, Orientalism and religion, travel writing, Kipling and Orientalism, etc.
Price: £10.00
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