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Title:Twentieth-century tunisian arabic writing as a study in the social, cultural and political history of the country
Author:Ogunbiyi, Isaac A.
Year:1975
Periodical:Odý: Journal of Yoruba and Related Studies
Issue:11
Pages:61-74
Language:English
Geographic term:Tunisia
Subjects:literature
Arabic language
Abstract:This paper examines the dominant themes in contemporary Tunisian Arabic creative writing and analyses the sources from which the writers got their inspiration. It also attempts to shed some light on Tunisian Arabic writers most of them are unknown to English-speaking readers and scholars. The material content of twentieth century Arabic creative writing in Tunisia falls into the following broad thematic divisions: 1) The theme of re-awakening from pre-twentieth century religious and intellectual lethargy; 2) The theme of politics and nationalism; 3) The theme of people's social and economic conditions. Notes and ref.
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