In this Issue
- Volume 4, Issue 3, 2007
- Special Issue: The Novelization of Islamic Literatures: The Intersections of Western, Arabic, Persian, Urbu, and Turkish Traditions
- Guest Editor: Mohamed Salah Omri
Comparative Critical Studies covers literary theory and criticism; comparative and cultural studies; and interdisciplinary debate. It includes major plenary lectures given at BCLA conferences by well known speakers, commissioned articles relating to given themes, some creative writing, translations (including the winning entries in the annual BCLA/BCLT translation competition), discussions of translation, essay reviews, and special bibliographies on the theme for the year, or on individual writers.
published byEdinburgh University Press
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Table of Contents
Guest Editor’s Introduction
Part I: Essays
Part II: Interviews
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