postcolonial transnational feminism..Arab American women’s identity crises in Laila halaby’s novel( west of the Jordan)
adopt transnational and postcolonial feminist approach in exploring Arab American women’s literature. hyphenated identities of the novels’ protagonists: Hala, Soraya, khadija and khadra.
place the novel within the genealogy of literature written by immigrants of Arab descent in the us.
distinct experiences struggling in the third space as American women with Arab descent placing greater emphasis on the position of halaby’s characters as hyphenated individuals who struggle with being alienated in both their homelands (Jordan/palestine) and their adopted land (us),also it is Important to discuss spaces and how they are described and here there a lot of writers and philosophers you can take in the theoretical part like deridda and Marc Auge…
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