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by Rana Kabbani

  • ISBN: 0333370465
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Rana Kabbani
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press (1986)
  • Pages: 176 pages
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Rana Kabbani (Arabic: رنا قباني‎) (born 1958) is a British Syrian cultural historian, writer and broadcaster who lives in London.

Rana Kabbani (Arabic: رنا قباني‎) (born 1958) is a British Syrian cultural historian, writer and broadcaster who lives in London. She has written for Spare Rib, the International Herald Tribune, The New Statesman, The Guardian, British Vogue, The Independent, Al Quds al Arabi, and Islamica

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Rana Kabbani is a poet and translator of modern Arabic poetry, born in Damascus in 1958 and brought up in New York City and Djakarta. She attended Georgetown University, the American University of Beirut and Jesus College, Cambridge

Rana Kabbani is a poet and translator of modern Arabic poetry, born in Damascus in 1958 and brought up in New York City and Djakarta. She attended Georgetown University, the American University of Beirut and Jesus College, Cambridge. She has made many programmes for radio and television and is a frequent contributor to the Guardian and the Independent.

and myths that the West has developed about the East over the ages. Includes a new introduction about modern-day perceptions of the Islamic world

-The New York TimesIn travel books and Orientalist painting, the Victorian concept of an erotic East as a grand harem with endless potential for pleasure and perversion fueled romantic imaginations, art, and commerce. These racial and sexual stereotypes became vital to imperial designs. In Imperial Fictions, Rana Kabbani unravels the erotic fantasies and myths that the West has developed about the East over the ages

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Her first book, Europe's Myths of the Orient: Devise and Rule, was published in 1986. In it, she evaluated orientalist perspectives and narratives, specifically focusing on erotic stereotypes and sexualization of the "exotic" in literature and painting. This book was later republished in 1994 as Imperial

item 1 Imperial Fictions: Europe& Myths of Orient New Paperback Book -Imperial Fictions: Europe& Myths of Orient New Paperback Book. Rana Kabbani is a writer and broadcaster.

item 1 Imperial Fictions: Europe& Myths of Orient New Paperback Book -Imperial Fictions: Europe& Myths of Orient New Paperback Book. item 2 Imperial Fictions: Europe's Myths Of Orient -Imperial Fictions: Europe's Myths Of Orient. Her translation of Mahmoud Darwish's poetry was published in Sand and Other Poems (Kegan Paul).

and painting; the book was later republished as Imperial Fictions: Europe's Myths of the Orient (1994). prompted Kabbani to clarify the religious and cultural character of the Muslim world in A Letter to Christendom (1989).

Europe's Myths of the Orient: Devise and Rule (1986) evaluated Western perceptions of Islamic culture with particular reference to the formulation of erotic stereotypes in literature and painting; the book was later republished as Imperial Fictions: Europe's Myths of the Orient (1994). The increase in hostility towards Islam produced by events following the publication of Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses prompted Kabbani to clarify the religious and cultural character of the Muslim world in A Letter to Christendom (1989).



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