Publication Year: 2007
Published by: University of Nebraska Press
Title Page, Copyright, Dedication
It is not an exaggeration to say that Madah-Sartre is one of the most imaginative and provocative plays of our era. In it exiled Algerian playwright Alek Baylee Toumi crosses several unspoken boundaries and, in so doing, places his art and himself at the center of one of today’s most...
In French the word islamiste refers to radical Islamic fundamentalists, to Islamic terrorists and their organizations. Musulman is a term used to designate mainstream Muslims, ranging from liberal, secular, or nonpracticing Muslims to moderate or conservative ones who go...
Elements of Staging
It is an odd world that we live in where reality and fiction, truth and lies, reason and madness often go hand in hand, mix, dangle, and intermingle until they displace the boundaries that separate them...
Act Three: Intellectuals Are Jews
Act Four: Second Attempt at Conversion
Act Five: Third Attempt at Conversion and the Party of France
Act Six: Fourth Attempt at Conversion
Act Seven: Foreigners