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Twenty-Five Meditations on Writing and Subjectivity

Twenty-Five Meditations on Writing and Subjectivity
Twenty-Five Meditations on Writing and Subjectivity
Twenty-Five Meditations on Writing and Subjectivity
Twenty-Five Meditations on Writing and Subjectivity
Twenty-Five Meditations on Writing and Subjectivity
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Triggered by the shimmering Hong Kong’s skyline, Ahmed Elbeshlawy remembers the Sheriff from Clint Eastwood’s movie "Unforgiven" asking Strawberry Alice - a prostitute with whom he was arguing after beating a suspect: “Innocent of what?”. “Free of what?”, Ahmed asks the 21st century's “free thinker” sunk in the world of political correctness, capitalism, multiculturalism, immigration and gender issues.

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Ahmed Elbeshlawy is a scholar of comparative literature. He is the author of "Woman in Lars von Trier’s Cinema" (Palgrave, 2016), "America in Literature and Film" (Routledge, 2011), and various articles and book chapters in "The Palgrave Handbook of Literature and the City" (2016), "Sexuality and Culture" (2014), "The Comparatist" (2008), "Scope" (2008), and "fe/male bodies" (2005, 2006).


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Cover Paperback
Pages 235
Size (cm) 14 X 21.6
Size (in) 5.5 X 8.5
Published March 2019
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