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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54637
Doc. No:TL24591
Call number:‭3236800‬
Main Entry:Kristi Lynn Shaw
Title & Author:Re-creating identity in exile: Hybridity and gender in the works of Assia Djebar, Leïla Sebbar, and Malika MokeddemKristi Lynn Shaw
College:The University of Alabama
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:197
Abstract:The relationship existing between the state of exile and the establishment of identity based on gender and hybridity was investigated. Three contemporary Algerian female writers in exile, Assia Djebar, Leïla Sebbar, and Malika Mokeddem, were studied to determine if the state of exile enhanced the writing process and, as a result, produced a genre of literature with distinct characteristics from that of other writers who do not find themselves in the state of exile. Throughout this research, many factors were evaluated and taken into consideration. Historical events occurring in Algeria during French colonization, the role of women, both during the period of French colonization as well as during the postcolonial period, and the influence of Islam in modern Algeria are issues pertaining directly to this dissertation. Even though the result of this research is based on a matter of opinion, my findings conclude that the state of exile does have a correlation with the literary imagination by freeing a writer of cultural constraints normally endured in one's homeland. Further research on similar writers with similar circumstances and characteristics is necessary to solidify this conclusion.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; Algeria; Djebar, Assia; Exile; Gender; Hybridity; Identity; Mokeddem, Malika; Sebbar, Leila; African literature; 0316:African literature
Added Entry:M. Zupancic
Added Entry:The University of Alabama