Rab Spring: Collective Autobiography as genre of female dissidence

Program: M.A Comparative Literature
Module: Culture, Dissent and the Arab Spring

1.Get someone specialized in comparative literature, literary theory, arab studies
2. Make it 4000 words
3. Edit title to suit paper
4. Add transitions between body paragraphs
5. Create cohesion within the paper
6. Add collective autobiography and gender theory where appropriate
7. Check arguments for accuracy
8. Create balance between theory, text and personal voice
9. Rephrase highlighted sections. Work must be original and authentic because it will be submitted to turnitin.com
10. Restructuring, grammar, punctuation, word choice and spelling

Thesis Statement:
Through an emphasis on cultural and linguistic hybridity, transnationalism, communal identity, personalizing the political and politicizing the personal, Soueif weaves a narrative that functions as an act of political, cultural and literary dissent at a local and global level. Through her nuanced collective autobiographical account of the Egyptian revolution, she opens up another world of Arab existence and political motivation: an Arab world that is marked especially by an awareness of colonial and neo-imperial oppression, and one where the domain of the realpolitik is constituted on the basis of heterogeneous ethnic and gender solidarity that exceeds, and at times even interrogates the constraints of nation, religious identification.

Added on 30.12.2014 17:41
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