Ken Seigneurie is an associate professor of English and comparative literature at Lebanese American University, Beirut. His recent work includes “A Rhetoric of Abeyance in Rashid al-Daif’s How the German Came Back to His Senses” (College Literature, forthcoming) and “Anointing with Rubble: Ruins in the Lebanese War Novel” (Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Winter 2008). He is the editor of Crisis and Memory: The Representation of Space in Modern Levantine Narrative (2003).
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