Voicing Liminal Subjects in Anglophone Arab Narratives: A case study of Fadia Faqir’s My Name is Salma

Abstract Voicing many liminal selves and marginal subjects, particularly Arab immigrants has often been a main pre-occupation for most contemporary Arab writers living in the Diaspora or between home and Diaspora. A commitment to giving voice to unvoiced and marginalized individuals, mainly women and immigrants, is to be found in Anglophone Arab women narratives. Among … Read more

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