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The Novel: A Critical Study

Isam M Shihada, Al-Aqsa University, Department of English Al Aqsa University


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The Novel: A Critical Study, Noor Publishing (2017)

ISAM M SHIHADA, Al-Aqsa University, Department of English Al Aqsa University
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The novel is a dominant genre in world literature. After sparse beginnings in the Seventeenth – century England, novels grew exponentially in production by the eighteenth century and in the nineteenth century became the the primary form of popular entertainment. The book renders critical readings of the Victorian and modern novelists such as, D. H. Lawrence, Virginian Woolf, Charlotte Bronte, George Orwell, Ahdaf Soueif, Nawal El Saadawi, Liana Badr, Rajja Al Sanea, Hanan Al Shaykh, Ala Al-Aswany, Aravind Adiga, Mohsin Hamid and Benyamin Daniel. It spans the spectacular development of the English novel to the world where many crucial issues are discussed such as, globalization, identity politics, Western and Arab feminism, immigration, racism and the impact of 9/11 on world literature.

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Ethnic Studies eJournal

EVAN B. CARTON
Joan Negley Kelleher Centennial Professor in Rhetoric and Composition; Director, Humanities Institute, University of Texas at Austin - Department of English

ELIZABETH CULLINGFORD
Jane and Roland Blumberg Centennial Professor in English; University Distinguished Teaching Professor; Chair, University of Texas at Austin - Department of English

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Dorothy Cruickshank Backstrand Chair in Gender and Women's Studies, Claremont Colleges - Department of Gender and Women's Studies

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PHILIP HORNE
Professor of English, University College London - Department of English Language and Literature

DAVID WALLACE
Judith Rodin Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania - Department of English