This study explores and analyzes the representation of religious identity in selected works of Egyptian fiction from the mid to late twentieth century including such authors as: Naguib Mahfouz, Edwar al-Kharrat, Bahaa Taher, Abdel-Hakim Qasim, Ibrahim Abdel-Meguid, etc.
Arab & Islamic Civilizations Department
MA in Arabic Studies
Mikhail, Mona N.
Committee Member 1
Hammoudah, Hussein M.
Committee Member 2
Library of Congress Subject Heading 1
Maá¸¥fÅ«áº“, NajÄ«b, 1911-2006 -- Religion.
Library of Congress Subject Heading 2
KharrÄá¹, IdwÄr, 1926- -- Religion.
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(2015).A study in intertextuality and religious identity in selected novels of Egyptian literature [Master's Thesis, the American University in Cairo]. AUC Knowledge Fountain.
Stoute, Grace R. McMillan. A study in intertextuality and religious identity in selected novels of Egyptian literature. 2015. American University in Cairo, Master's Thesis. AUC Knowledge Fountain.