By Elisabeth Kendall
The author explores the function of journalism in Egypt in effecting and selling the improvement of recent Arabic literature from its inception within the mid-nineteenth century to the current day. Remapping the literary scene in Egypt over fresh decades, Kendall focuses at the self reliant, often dissident, journals that have been the genuine hotbed of leading edge literary activity and which made a lasting impact via propelling Arabic literature into the post-modern era.
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