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📙 Disorientation: Muslim Identity in Contemporary Anglophone Literature by Esra Mirze Santesso (auth.) — free pdf


Focusing on British novels about the Muslim immigrant experience published after 9/11; this book examines the promise as well as the limits of 'British Muslim' identity as a viable form of self-representation, and the challenges - particularly for women - of reconciling non-Western religious identity with the secular policies of Western states.



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