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Analysing prominent novelists such as Ibrahim al-Kuni and Hisham Matar, alongside lesser-known and emerging voices, this book introduces the themes and genres of the Libyan novel during the al-Qadhafi era, focusing on encounters between humans, animals and the land.

Produktbeschreibung
Analysing prominent novelists such as Ibrahim al-Kuni and Hisham Matar, alongside lesser-known and emerging voices, this book introduces the themes and genres of the Libyan novel during the al-Qadhafi era, focusing on encounters between humans, animals and the land.
Autorenporträt
Dr Charis Olszok is a Lecturer in Modern Arabic Literature and Culture at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge. She has translated two novels and numerous pieces of short Arabic fiction into English. This is her first monograph.