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Post-War Anglophone Lebanese Fiction: Home Matters in the Diaspora

Norman Saadi Nikro

Abstract


The remarkable production of fiction in Lebanon emerging from the long years of civil violence (1975-1990) and an ongoing restless aftermath is by no means confined to the Arabic language. Proliferating in a number of other languages, English has arguably become the preeminent non-Arab language in which contemporary diasporic Lebanese fiction is composed.


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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.98

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ISSN: 0259-9953

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