By Steven Salaita
The author’s unique process is predicated no longer on similarities among the 2 disparate settler areas yet fairly on similarities among the rhetoric hired through early colonialists in North the United States and that hired by means of Zionist immigrants in Palestine. Meticulously studying histories, theories, and literary depictions of colonialism and interethnic dialects, Salaita identifies the commonalities within the myths hired by way of either teams in addition to the "counter-discourse" cultivated within the literature of resistance via local peoples. He enhances his research with own observations of Palestinians in Lebanese shelter camps, the place he encountered a sympathetic conception of yankee Indians.
The Holy Land in Transit offers one of many first intercommunal reports to evaluate the ways that indigenous authors react to analogous colonial dynamics. With nice power and notion the writer bargains a clean contribution to an rising body of reference for historic, political, literary, and cultural investigation.
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Holy Land in Transit: Colonialism and the Quest for Canaan (Middle East Studies Beyond Dominant Paradigms) by Steven Salaita