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Journal of Arabic Literature, ISSN 0085-2376, 2011, Volume 42, Issue 2-3, pp. 101 - 119
Abstract This article interrogates the post-Soviet Central Asian setting of Egyptian writer Muḥammad Mansī Qandīl's novel Qamar ʿalā Samarqand (2004).... 
Muslims | Russian literature | Russian culture | Natural satellites | Novels | Poetry | Arabic literature | Novelists | Humanism | Authoritarianism | Egypt | ASIAN STUDIES | USSR | Qandil | LITERATURE | Samarqand | Central Asia | Islamic humanism | novel
Journal Article
Critical Survey, ISSN 0011-1570, 1/2007, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 74 - 94
Journal Article
Journal of Arabic Literature, ISSN 0085-2376, 2007, Volume 38, Issue 2, pp. 196 - 219
...: THE CHARACTER OF CLAUDIUS IN POST-1975 ARAB(IC) HAMLET ADAPTATIONS MARGARET LITVIN 1 Yale University Abstract The character of Claudius dominates post-1975 Arabic... 
Killing | Theater | Arab monarchies | Political power | Audiences | Theater criticism | Protagonists | War | Villains | Tyranny | ASIAN STUDIES | LITERATURE | Hamlet | politics | Arabic language adaptation | tyranny | West Asian literature | English literature | 1900-1999 | Claudius, King of Denmark (character) | 1500-1599 | drama | tragedy | Shakespeare, William | futility | North African literature
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The Australian (Canberra, A.C.T.), ISSN 1038-8761, 07/2006
...An Iraqi reworking of Shakespeare focuses on the psychological reality of dictatorship, writes Margaret Litvin IRAQI playwright Jawad al-Asadi's version... 
Al-Asadi | Litvin, Margaret
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2017, 1, ISBN 9780415732529
This chapter considers the French-flavoured origins of William Shakespeare in the nineteenth-century Islamicate world, such as, late Ottoman Anatolia and Arab... 
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01/1998, Volume 73, Issue 1, 4
  As industrial-style labor loses popularity and as demand for school reform increases, teachers are working nationally and locally to launch a "new unionism"... 
Teachers' unions | Evaluation | Labor relations | Schools | Education reform | Educators | Labor unions
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01/1998, Volume 73, Issue 1
AS INDUSTRIAL-STYLE LABOR LOSES POPULARITY AND AS DEMANDS FOR SCHOOL REFORM REACH CRITICAL MASS, TEACHERS ARE WORKING NATIONALLY AND LOCALLY TO FORM 
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