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Atta ; &, the Whitman of Tikrit

Autor: Jarett Kobek
Editorial: Los Angeles : Semiotext(e) ; Cambridge, Mass. : Distributed by MIT Press, ©2011.
Serie: Semiotext(e) intervention series, 9.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Ficción : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Resumen:
In the summer of 1999, Mohamed Atta defended a master's thesis that critiqued the introduction of Western-style skyscrapers in the Middle East and called for the return of the "Islamic-Oriental city." Using this as a departure point, Jarett Kobek's novel ATTA offers a fictionalized psychedelic biography of Mohamed Atta that circles around a simple question: what if 9/11 was as much a matter of architectural  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Short stories
Fiction
Persona designada: Mohamed Atta; Saddam Hussein
Tipo de material: Ficción
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Jarett Kobek
ISBN: 9781584351061 1584351063
Número OCLC: 748685253
Descripción: 199 pages ; 18 cm.
Contenido: Atta --
Whitman of Tikrit.
Título de la serie: Semiotext(e) intervention series, 9.
Responsabilidad: Jarett Kobek.

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In the summer of 1999, Mohamed Atta defended a master's thesis that critiqued the introduction of Western-style skyscrapers in the Middle East and called for the return of the "Islamic-Oriental city." Using this as a departure point, Jarett Kobek's novel ATTA offers a fictionalized psychedelic biography of Mohamed Atta that circles around a simple question: what if 9/11 was as much a matter of architectural criticism as religious terrorism? Following the development of a socially awkward boy into one of history's great villains, Kobek demonstrates the need for a new understanding of global terrorism. The second work, "The Whitman of Tikrit" is a radical reimagining of Saddam Hussein's last day before capture.

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