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Arabic in modern Hebrew texts : the stylistics of exophonic writing

Author: Mohamed A H Ahmed
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2019] ©2019
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Shimon Ballas; Sami Michael; Eli Amir; Eli Amir; Shimon Ballas; Sami Michael
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mohamed A H Ahmed
ISBN: 1474444431 9781474444439
OCLC Number: 1085203973
Description: xiii, 178 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: From Baghdad to a Transit Camp --
Why Study the Use of Arabic in Modern Hebrew Texts? --
The Structure of the Book --
Limitations of the Study --
1.Arabic and Hebrew in One Text: Early Potential, Current Perspective --
1.1.Judaeo-Arabic: General Remarks --
1.2.Judaeo-Arabic Texts: Early Potential of Arabic/Hebrew in One Text --
1.3.Iraqi Judaeo-Arabic --
1.3.1.Literature Written in Iraqi Judaeo-Arabic --
1.3.2.The Linguistic Features of Iraqi Judaeo-Arabic: General Remarks --
1.4.Iraqi Jewish Novelists: From Arabic to Hebrew --
1.4.1.Shimon Ballas: Adib Al-Qass --
1.4.2.Sami Michael: `Saleh-Menashe' or `Samir-Marid'? --
1.4.3.Eli Amir: Ibn-'Arab --
1.5.The Novels --
1.5.1.Scapegoat --
Eli Amir (1983) --
1.5.2.All Men are Equal --
But Some are More --
Sami Michael (1974) --
1.5.3.The Transit Camp --
Shimon Ballas (1964) --
1.5.4.Farewell Baghdad --
Eli Amir (1992) --
1.5.5.Victoria --
Sami Michael (1993) --
1.5.6.The Other One --
Shimon Ballas (1991) --
1.5.7.What's Left --
Eli Amir (2010a) --
1.5.8.End of the Visit --
Shimon Ballas (2008) --
1.5.9.Diamond from the Wilderness --
Sami Michael (2011) --
2.Exophonic Writing, Stylistics and the Study of Iraqi Jewish Fiction --
2.1.Stylistics: An Approach to Exophonic Texts --
2.1.1.Exophonic Texts --
2.1.2.Approaches to Exophonic Texts --
2.1.3.Aspects of Non-Code-Switching in Exophonic Texts --
2.1.4.Towards a New Approach to Exophonic Texts --
2.2.The Analysis of Arabic Use in the Iraqi Hebrew Novels --
2.2.1.Data --
2.2.2.Code-Switching in the Hebrew Novels --
2.2.3.Syntagmatic/Paradigmatic Deviations --
2.3.Conclusion --
3.The Use of Arabic Between Authors and Novels --
3.1.A Diachronic Analysis of Arabic Use in the Selected Hebrew Novels --
3.1.1.Early Hebrew Novels, Corpus 1 --
3.1.2.Hebrew Novels Written in the Middle Period, Corpus 2 --
3.1.3.The Late Hebrew Novels, Corpus 3 --
3.1.4.General Remarks on the Diachronic Analysis of Arabic Use --
3.2.Arabic Use as Compared Between Novels and Authors --
3.2.1.Shimon Ballas --
3.2.2.Sami Michael --
3.2.3.Eli Amir --
3.3.Iraqi Judaeo-Arabic and Arabic Dialects in the Novels --
3.3.1.Iraqi Judaeo-Arabic --
3.3.2.Arabic Dialects --
3.4.Conclusion --
4.Final Remarks --
4.1.Why Arabic? --
4.1.1.Ha-ma'abara: The Narratives of Baghdad and Israel --
4.1.2.Baghdad --
4.1.3.Israel --
4.2.Summary and Concluding Remarks --
4.2.1.The Model --
4.2.2.Stylistic Analysis of the Arabic Use of the Iraqi Jewish Authors --
4.2.3.The Style of Arabic Use According to Each Author.
Responsibility: Mohamed A.H. Ahmed.

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