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English
Course
ENGC51H3
Professor
Maria Assif
Semester
Winter

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March 18, 2014- Map of Home • 1. Identification of passages- Midterm. Multiple Choice Questions- a, b, c, d 10 passages to identify, 2 points each. • 2. Part two: Answer questions related to text, authors or field, also multiple choice questions 5 of them 4 points each. Related to bios of authors, fields (Arab Canadian, Arab American, Egypt writers) or historical body of literature. • 3. Essay Question- 60 points- 3 options/4. 5 points introduction, 5 points, conclusion, 30 points- • 4. Bonus section is 5 points, 5 questions, no multiple choice either know it or not. Arabic Synonyms, also periods- Al-Nahda- literary period 1. This writer is known to be the mother of “mystical” (spiritual)- Rabbia Al Addawiyah 2. She is the founding mother of Arab Free Verbs- Al Malaikah 3. Two of these authors are still alive: Adnan and Nye 4. Out of these authors who lived in atleast three countries? Randa Jarar- Kuwait, Lebanon and Egypt 5. Al Nahda- Arab literary renaissance moment for Arabs, moving to the west and coming back, moved to France Egyptian ones went to france came back, Lebanese went to U.S and did not come back, constructed Arab American literature. Al-Mahjar- Arab American literature Map of Home- Symbolism- Map and Home. • She originally comes from mixed origin- belonging and finding a home • Personal narrative is almost un-detachable from her families narrative • Names are symbolic- Nidali- Nidal- mean struggle with Nidali- “my struggle” • Wahid Syed Ammar- Wahid means alone and also lonely, even when with others. Name is symbolic of how he feels, he feels alone and bitterness when with family and not belonging, more so when he felt lonely in the U.S. assimilate to their culture/tradition. Father is not happy. Reasons behind misery- failed poet. Chose to be an architect out of support for family.
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