Edward Said Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Edward Said
An analysis of Edward Said's views on Orientalism and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
# 72298 | 900 words | 3 sources | APA | 2004 | US

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This paper presents an overview of Edward Said's main theory about "Orientalism" and examines his argument for a secular, single homeland for Jews and Palestinians.

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"This paper is a brief exploration of the most famous concepts of one of the more controversial thinkers of recent years, Edward Said. An eloquent critic of Orientalism, the study of Arab cultures, especially by Western writers as well as a prominent supporter of the Palestinian cause, Said continues to provoke strong and emotional reactions among his readers. In his later years, Said also antagonized the leaders of the Palestine Liberation Organization with his arguments against the establishment of separate Palestinian state. This paper examines discusses..."

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