Voices of Exile in Contemporary Canadian Francophone by Elizabeth F. Dahab

By Elizabeth F. Dahab

during the last 4 many years, the most important French-speaking nation in North the USA, QuZbec, has nested greater than a dozen bright modes of French expression created by way of contributors of the numerous cultural groups that experience settled there. Voices of Exile in modern Canadian Francophone Literature examines the works of a number of first-generation Canadian authors originating from Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, and the Maghreb, who produced a trilingual literature that displays the range in their cultural backgrounds. by way of casting a serious eye at the works of Saad Elkhadem, Naim Kattan, Abla Farhoud, Wajdi Mouawad, and HZdi Bouraoui, F. Elizabeth Dahab explores issues, kinds, and buildings that signify the oeuvre of these authors. Dahab demonstrates that their mode is exile, and in so doing, she unearths the ways that those writers search to form their paintings, utilizing a bunch of leading edge options that have interaction their renewed cultural identity.

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