- Author:Diana Abu-Jaber
- Publisher:Mariner Books; Reprint edition (June 30, 1994)
- Pages:392 pages
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W. w. norton & company. New york london Arabian jazz/Diana Abu-Jaber. Harvest ed. p. c. (A Harvest Book). ISBN: 978-0-393-32422-8.
W. First published as a Norton paperback 2003. Arabian jazz/Diana Abu-Jaber. 1. Family-New York (State)-Fiction.
You will be tempted to read passages out loud. And you should" (Boston Globe). her Arab-American rings musically, and hilariously, true.
Diana Abu-Jaber writes of what it means to be Arabic, American, an immigrant, a daughter, and a woman trying to find her sense of place in the world and in an often-kooky family. I think everyone has an Auntie Fatima, no matter which culture you come from. And I wish I had a Nassir in mine.
She and her family divide time between Miami, Florida, and Portland, Oregon. Библиографические данные. Arabian Jazz: A Novel.
Abu-Jaber's voluptuous prose features insights into the Arab American community that are wisely, warmly depicted.
A multilayered, beautifully textured novel about family and self, self-indulgence and generosity, against the vivid backdrop of contemporary Miami. In the tropical paradise that is Miami, Avis and Brian Muir are still haunted by the disappearance of their ineffably beautiful daughter, Felice, who ran away when she was thirteen. Abu-Jaber's voluptuous prose features insights into the Arab American community that are wisely, warmly depicted. -San Francisco ChronicleSirine, the heroine of this "deliciously romantic romp" (?Vanity Fair?) is thirty-nine, never married, and living in the Arab-American community of Los Angeles.
We ask you to make a distinction between a complaint and cancellation. We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Action & Adventure. She and her family divide time between Miami, Florida, and Portland, Oregon. Country of Publication.
Focusing on updates on literary stuff-readings, novels, memoirs- my own and others'. All those good things.
This oracular first novel, which unfurls like gossamer characters of a depth seldom found in a debut . You will be tempted to read passages out loud.
She divides her time between Portland, Oregon, and Miami, Florida. She divides her time between Portland, Oregon, and Miami, Florida.
PDF While most critics relate Abu-Jaber’s Arabian Jazz to African . Mezzaterra: Fragments from the common ground. Strauss, W. A. (1971).
PDF While most critics relate Abu-Jaber’s Arabian Jazz to African American art, this paper considers the myth of Orpheus a more viable destination, arguing that Arabian Jazz adopts an orphic vision as a model for cultural hybridity . Abu-Jaber hence poses as a prophetess of orphic doctrines concerned about hybridizing the contesting parties in the psyche of the Arab American. Descent and return: The orphic theme in modern literature.