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(p. 709) Index

(p. 709) Index

4/Ṣifr (R. ʻĀlim), 401
9/11, effects of on Arab Americans, 695–696, 699, 702–703
1001 années de la nostalgie (Boudjedra), 110–111
1952 (J. ʻA. Ibrāhīm), 208
1967 War. See June War of 1967
1981 (J. ʻA. Ibrāhīm), 208
1986 (Al-Muẓaffar), 363
2003 invasion of Iraq, 259–260
Aâecciw n tmes (Koudache), 168
ʻAbābina, Yaḥyā, 276
Abani, Chris, 414
ʻAbath al-aqdār (Maḥfūẓ), 194
ʻAbbād al-shams (S. Khalīfa), 376
ʻAbbādī, Nabīl, 485
ʻAbbās, ʻAbd al-Ḥalīm, 266
ʻAbbās, I., 458
Abbas, S., 565
ʻAbbās, ʻUmar Maḥmūd, 427
ʻAbbās, Yaḥyā, 261n5
Abdala, Durval, 510, 511–512, 518
ʻAbd al-Bāqī, Yāsir, 495
ʻAbd al-Baṣīr, Al-Ḥusayn, 215
ʻAbd al-Dāyyim, Umm al-Khayr, 318
ʻAbd al-Fattāḥ, Samīr, 491
ʻAbd al-Ḥamīd, Muḥyī al-Dīn, 93
ʻAbd al-Ḥayy, Khadīja bint, 335n3
ʻAbd al-Ḥayy, Muḥammad, 425
ʻAbdallah, ʻAzīza, 490
ʻAbdallah, Fāṭima, 480
ʻAbdallah, ʻĪsā, 389–391
ʻAbdallah, Malikat al-Dār Muḥammad, 431
ʻAbdallah, Muḥammad ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, 340
ʻAbdallah, Muḥammad ʻAbd al-Ḥalīm, 196
ʻAbdallah, Ṣabrī, 261n7
ʻAbdallah, Yaḥyā al-Ṭāhir, 207–208
ʻAbd al-Laṭīf, Muḥammad Fāḍil, 331
ʻAbd al-Laṭīf, Yāsir, 219–220
ʻAbd al-Majīd, Ibrāhīm, 211, 218, 241
ʻAbd al-Malik, Aḥmad, 388
ʻAbd al-Malik, Muḥammad, 175
ʻAbd al-Malik, Warda, 402
ʻAbd al-Nabī, Muḥammad, 224–225
ʻAbd al-Qādir, F., 58
ʻAbd al-Qādir, Layla, 254
ʻAbd al-Qādir, Zakiyya, 462
ʻAbd al-Quddūs, Iḥsān, 196, 200n39
ʻAbd al-Raḥīm, M., 495
ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, Ḥasība, 450
ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, Manṣūr, 479
ʻAbd al-Wālī, Muḥammad, 488–489
ʻAbdāwa, al-Sunnī, 328–329
Abdel-Fattah, Randa, 534–535
ʻAbdī, Maḥmūd Muḥammad Ḥasan, 413
Abdu, Hamid Barole, 238
ʻAbduh, Muḥammad, 93
ʻAbduh, Ṭānius, 122, 125, 131n7
ʻAbduh, ʻAlī Muḥammad, 487
Abdul-Baki, Kathryn, 699
Abḥath ʻan nafsī (F. Nāṣir), 180–181
ʻĀbir sarīr (Mustaghānimī), 167–168
Abī Samra, Muḥammad, 307n8
Abnāʼ al-Jabalāwī (Farghalī), 220, 227n20
Abnāʼ al-qalʻa (Al-Qāsim), 275
Aboulela, Leila, 435, 560, 564–565, 566, 569, 570n4
Abrão, Gilberto, 548, 550–551
Abū al-ʻAtāhiya, 82
Abū al-ʻAzm, ʻAbd al-Ghanī, 350
Abū al-Fatḥ, 83n3
Abū al-Futūḥ, Aḥmad Ṣabrī, 217
Abū al-Najā, Abū al-Maʻāṭī, 205
Abū al-Rīsh, ʻAlī, 475–476
Abū al-Suʻūd Māhir (Abou Elsaoud), 530
(p. 710) Abū Dīb, A., 323n4
Abū Gulayyil, Ḥamdī, 212
Abū Ḥadīd, Muḥammad Farīd, 57, 194
Abū Ḥamdān, Jamāl, 270
Abū Ḥannā, Ḥ., 380n1
Abu-Jaber, Diana, 700–701
Abū Khunayjar, Aḥmad, 220, 227n19
Abu Laban, B., 576
Abu Laban, Y., 576–577
Abulhawa, Susan, 379, 699
Abū Māḍī, Ilyā, 693
Abū Niḍāl, N., 4, 173, 177, 266
Abū Sharār, Sanāʼ, 277
Abū Zayd, Laylā, 345, 348
Abwāb al-madīna (I. Khūrī), 113, 299
Achebe, Chinua, 414, 557
Achem, Pablo, 508, 518
Actes Sud (publisher), 606
Ādāb, Al- (literary journal), 443, 451n3
Ādam, Hishām, 425, 432–433
Addonia, Suleiman, 238
Aden, Kaha Mohamed, 648n15
Adham, Rabāb, 320
ʻAdhrāʼ al-jabal (Bāṣiddīq), 487
ʻAdhrāʼ Dinshawāy (M. Ḥaqqī), 190
Adīb (Ḥusayn), 193
Adichie, Chimamanda Ngozi, 414
Adieu Babylone (Kattan), 579
Adnan, Etel, 697
Adonay, novela iniciática del colegio de los magos (Adoum), 510
Adoum, Jorge Elías, 510
Adoum, Jorge Enrique, 519n2
Adūnīs, 20, 58–59
Afīlāl, ʻAlī, 350
Afīrīnū, Aliksandra Khūrī (Alexandra Avierino), 138
Afkomst (Novaire), 657
Afrāḥ, Muḥammad Ṭāhir (Maxamed Daahir Afrax), 412
Afro-Arabism in Sudanese novels, 425–426
Aghacy, S., 304
Aghrum n ihaqqaren (Azergui), 351
Aḥādīth ʻan al-adab al-maghribī al-ḥadīth (Kannūn), 341
Aḥādīth jaddatī (Al-Qalamāwī), 193
Ahālī, Al- (newspaper), 255
Aḥḍān al-manāfī (A. ʻAbd al-Malik), 388
Ahl al-bilād al-shāhiqa (Bakrī), 430
Aḥlām al-baḥr al-qadīma (Shuʻāʼ Khalīfa), 385
Aḥlām fī bilād al-shams (A. Ismāʻīl), 425
Aḥlam Nabīla (ʻA. ʻAbdallah), 490
Aḥlām Shahrazād (Ḥusayn), 106
Ahl Takrūr (Al-Fallātī), 415
Aḥmad, Maḥmūd wa-l-ākharūn (Z. Darwīsh), 372
Aḥmad, Muḥammad Ḥasan, 479
Aḥmad, Muḥammad wuld al-Shaykh, 334
Aḥmad, Yāsir, 223–224
Aḥmad al-wādī (Shabīh), 329
Aḥmar ʻajūz (ʻAbd al-Baṣīr), 215
Aḥmar wa-l-aṣfar, Al- (Al-ʻAbrī), 366
Ahmedou, Aïchetou mint, 332, 335n4
Ahrām, Al- (newspaper), 121, 137, 197, 198n7
Aḥwāl al-muḥārib al-qadīm (Bakrī), 429, 430
Aḥyāʼ fī al-baḥr al-mayyit (Al-Razzāz), 271
Aḥzān al-maṭar (Shaykh), 239
Aḥzān ḥuzayrān (Fayyāḍ), 205
Aḥzān wa-l-nahr wa-l-ghāba, Al- (M. ʻAlī), 427
ʻĀʼid ilā Ḥayfā (Kanafānī), 379
Ai Khamouch, Abderrahman, 671
ʻĀʼila, Al- (periodical), 142, 151n7
ʻĀʼisha al-Bāʻūniyya, 198n14
ʻAjamī (African languages), 411
Ajniḥa al-mutakassira, Al- (Jibrān), 43n11, 297, 439
Ajūrān, ʻayn Afrīqyā (Mursal), 412–413
Ākābīlā (Al-Tilmisānī), 582
Akalay, Mohamed, 668, 669
Ākharūn, Al- (Al-Ḥirz), 404–405
Akhbār al-bint Miyākāyā (I. Isḥāq, Sudanese), 430
Akhbār ʻizbat al-Manīsī (Al-Qaʻīd), 209
Akhḍar wa-l-yābis, Al- (Jād al-Ḥājj), 527–529
Ākhir al-qarāmiṭa (Al-Ṣayyād), 493–494
Akhnātūn: Al-ʻĀʼish fī al-ḥaqīqa (Maḥfūẓ), 206
Akhrīf, Muḥsin, 350
Akkouche, Mouloud, 615
Akounad, Mohamed, 351
ʻAks al-ittijāh (Y. Aḥmad), 223–224
Akūḥayīdī, Murtaḍā al-Imām, 416
ʻAlāʼ al-Dīn, Muḥammad, 225, 227n25
ʻAlā al-ṭarīq (Al-Fallātī), 415
Al-ʻAbbās, M., 404
(p. 711) Al-ʻĀbidīn, ʻĀʼisha Zayn, 335n3
Al-ʻĀbidīn, Ḥalīma Zayn, 348
Al-ʻAbrī, Ḥusayn, 365–366
Al-ʻAdnānī, Muḥammad, 371
Alafenisch, Salim, 628–629, 634n6
Al-Ahdal, Wajdī, 492
Al-ʻAjmi, M., 283
Al-ʻAlawī, Maqbūl Mūsā, 75, 78
Al-ʻAlī, Fāṭima Yūsuf, 283, 285
Al-Ali, N. S., 209
Al-Alūsī, Abū al-Thanāʼ, 91–92
Al-Alūsī, Maḥmūd Shihāb al-Dīn (Abū al-Thanāʼ), 247–248
ʻĀlam al-adabī, Al- (literary periodical), 456
ʻAlam al-Dīn (Mubārak), 30, 94–95, 188
ʻĀlam al-jadīd, Al- (magazine), 149
ʻĀlam bilā kharāʼiṭ (Munīf and Jabrā), 269–270
Alameddine, Rabih, 697–698
ʻAlamī, Murād, 350
Al-ʻAmīd, Ṭāhir, 261n6
Al-Amīr, Rashā, 304
ʻAlāmma, Al- (Ḥimmīsh), 69
Al-Anbārī, Shākir, 260
Al-Anṣārī, ʻAbd al-Quddūs, 397, 398, 400, 407n4
Al-Anṣārī, ʻAlī Zakariyyā, 282
Al-Anṣārī, ʻUmar, 414
Alaoui, Sara, 668
Al-ʻAqqād, ʻAbbās Maḥmūd, 55, 191, 192–193
Al-Aʻraj, Wāsīnī (Waciny Laredj), 79–80, 109, 167, 606, 609
Al-ʻĀrif, ʻĀrif, 371
Al-Arnāʼūṭ, Maʻrūf Aḥmad, 57, 440
Al-ʻArūsī, Mūlīm, 350
Al-ʻArwī, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, 456
Al-ʻArwī, ʻAbdallah (Laroui), 54, 341, 343, 349
Al-ʻAryān, Muḥammad Saʻīd, 57
Al-Asʻad, Asʻad, 376
Al-ʻAsalī, ʻAlī bin ʻAbd al-Qādir, 416
Al-Aṣfar, Muḥammad, 317
Al-Ashʻarī, Muḥammad, 350, 401
Al-Ashqar, Yūsuf Ḥabashī, 300
A la sombra de los días (Atías), 593
Al-Aṭrash, Layla, 276–277
Al-ʻAṭṭār, Ḥasan, 96, 187
Al-ʻAṭṭār, Samar, 526–527
Al-ʻAwfī, M. N., 366–367
Al-ʻĀydī, Aḥmad, 224, 227n24
Al-Azdī, Abū al-Muṭahhar, 89
Al-ʻAzzāwī, Fāḍil, 257
Al-Bādī, Saʻīd, 480
Al-Badrī, Hāla, 216
Al-Baqqālī, Aḥmad ʻAbd al-Salām, 349
Al-Baqṣamī, Thurayyā, 284
Al-Barā, Mubāraka Bint (Bātah), 335n3
Al-Barārī, Hazzāʻ, 276
Al-Bārī, Muḥammad Qasm, 429
Al-Bāridī, Muḥammad, 461
Al-Barūdī, Maḥmūd Sāmī, 20
Al-Baṣrī, ʻĀʼisha, 348
Al-Baṭrān, Ḥamdī, 213
Al-Baṭrān, Mashhūr, 375
Al-Baytjālī, Iskandar al-Khūrī, 371
Al-Biḥayrī, Niʻmāt, 210
Albin Michel (publisher), 606
Al-Birrī, Khālid, 222
Al-Bisāṭī, Muḥammad, 208, 227n3
Al-Būʻīsā, Wafāʼ, 320
Al-Buqaylī, Fārūq, 81
Al-Būsayfī, Mujāhid, 321
Al-Būṣīrī, Muḥammad ibn Saʻīd, 71
Al-Bustānī, Alīs (Alice), 135, 144–145
Al-Bustānī, Buṭrus, 53, 129, 130n2
Al-Bustānī, Idlīd (Adelaide), 135, 143
Al-Bustānī, Saʻīd, 137
Al-Bustānī, Salīm, 53, 57, 136, 143
Al-Buwīh, Fātina, 346
Al-Daʻʻās, Saʻdāʼ, 289
Al-Ḍaʻīf, Rashīd, 56, 300, 307n6
Al-Dardīdī, B. al-A., 362
Al-Darqāwī, Ḥanān, 348
Aldea blanca, La (Auil), 592–593
Al-Dhahabī, Khayrī, 449
Al-Dīb, ʻAlāʼ, 210–211
Al-Dūʻājī, ʻAlī, 456, 457–458, 459
Al-Dulaymī, Luṭfiyya, 260
Al-Durra, Khālid, 254
Al-Duwayhī, Jabbūr, 307n8
Alexandria, genesis of novel in, 28
Al-Fakharānī, Muḥammad, 223
Al-Fallātī, Ādam Yaḥyā ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, 415–416
Al-Faqīh, Aḥmad Ibrāhīm, 111–112, 314–315
Al-Faraj, Khālid, 281, 291n2
(p. 712) Al-Farḥān, Farḥān Rāshid, 282
Al-Fārisī, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, 366–367
Al-Fāsī, ʻAllāl, 340
Al-Fayṣal, S. R., 4, 478, 481
Al-Faytūrī, A., 316
Al-Fayyāḍ, Ḥanān, 391
Alf layla wa-laylatān (Al-Rāhib), 108, 446
Al Galidi, Rodaan, 657–658
Al-Ghadhdhāmī, ʻA., 402–403
Al-Ghaflī, Maryam, 479
Al-Ghafūrī, Marwān, 491
Al-Ghazāl, ‘Abdallah, 317–318
Al-Ghazzāwī, ʻIzzat, 375, 376
Al-Ghīṭānī, Jamāl
Al-Zaynī Barakāt, 59, 73, 74–75
Dafātir al-tadwīn, 69
Ḥikāyāt al-muʼassasa, 77
Khiṭāṭ al-Ghīṭānī, 77
prizes won, 227n1
Sufism in, 74–75
use of Arabic heritage, 34, 206–207
Al-Ḥabābī, Muḥammad ʻAzīz, 341
Al-Ḥabībī, ʻAbd al-Raḥīm, 349
Al-Ḥajarī, Ibrāhīm, 350
Al-Ḥājj, Jād (Jad El Hage), 527–529
Al-Ḥakīm, Tawfīq, 106, 107, 191–192, 199n23
Al-Ḥamad, Ḥamad, 288
Al-Ḥamad, Turkī, 400, 407
Al-Hamadhānī, Badīʻ al-Zamān, 90–100, 186, 189, 247
Al-Muwayliḥī influenced by, 95–97
dreams in, 71, 83n3
maqāma genre, 90, 92
Al-Ḥāmātī, Samʻān, 507, 518
Al-Ḥammādī, ʻAbd al-Wahhāb, 289
Al-Ḥammādī, Fāṭima, 479
Al-Ḥammādī, Muḥammad, 394n7
Al-Ḥamzāwī, Muḥammad Rashād, 460
Al-Ḥarīrī, Abū Muḥammad al-Qāsim, 90–91, 92
Al-Harrādī, Muḥammad, 349
Al-Ḥārithī, Jūkha, 367
Al-Ḥasan, Jāna, 307n8
Al-Ḥasāwī, Hadīl, 290
Al-Ḥaydarī, Riḍā al-Dīn, 261n5
Al-Ḥāyik, Rīnayh (Renée Hayek), 307n8
Al-Hazimi, M., 397
Al-Hijrī, Ḥāmid Maḥmūd Ibrāhīm, 416
Al-Ḥillī, Ṣafī al-Dīn, 72
Al-Ḥirz, Ṣabā, 404–405
Al-Ḥumaydān, Ibrāhīm al-Nāṣir, 399
Al-Ḥumayrī, ʻAlī, 479
Al-Ḥusaynī, Abū al-Fatḥ Naṣrallah, 91
Al-Ḥusaynī, Isḥāq Mūsa, 371
Al-Ḥusaynī, Jamāl, 371
Al-Ḥusaynī, Muḥammad ʻAfīf, 681
ʻAlī, Idrīs, 214–215
ʻAlī, Makkī Muḥammad, 427
ʻAlī, Muḥammad Kurd, 129
Alibek, Pius, 671
Al-Ibrāhīm, Ṭayyiba, 284, 289, 290
Al-Idlibī, Ulfat, 442–443, 451n2
alienation as theme in Arabic novels
in city, 488–489
in exile, 377–380
in face of change, 55, 68, 178–179, 320–321, 329–330, 477–478, 480
of intellectual, 314–315, 365–366, 387–389, 475
as minority, 372–375
personal, 277, 361
ʻĀlim, Rajāʼ, 401–402, 407
Al-ʻImārī, Muḥammad ʻAbd al-Salām, 211
Al-ʻInzī, Bāsima, 289
Al-Iryānī, ʻAbdallah, 490
Al-Iryānī, Lamyāʼ, 493
Al-Iryānī, Ramziyya, 490
Al-ʻĪsā, Buthayna, 287, 289
Al-Iṣfahānī, Abū al-Faraj, 82, 89–90
Al-Jabārī, Muḥammad ibn ʻAlī ibn al-Ṭāhir, 91
Al-Jabartī, ʻA., 187
Al-Jābir, ʻAlāʼ, 289
Al-Jābirī, Khālid, 479, 480
Al-Jābirī, Muḥammad al-Ṣāliḥ, 460–461
Al-Jābirī, Shakīb, 440
Al-Jābrī, Muḥammad ʻĀbid, 327
Al-Jāḥiẓ, Abū ʻUthmān ʻAmr ibn Baḥr, 81
Al-Jahmī, Khadīja, 318
Al-Jārim, ʻAlī, 57
Al-Jarwān, Sāra (Ḥiṣṣa al-Kaʻbī), 476–477, 479
Al-Jawharī, Muḥammad Nūr ʻAbdallah, 397, 407n2
Al-Jazīra, Samīra bint. See Khāshuqjī, Samīra
Al-Juhanī, Laylā, 402, 405
(p. 713) Al-Juwayṭī, ʻAbd al-Karīm, 350
Al-Kabīrī, Aḥmad, 350
Al-Kānuwī, Jamīl ʻAbdallah, 415
Al-Kawkabānī, Nādiya, 493
Al-Kawwārī, Shamma, 391, 393, 394n6
Al-Khādim, Saʻd (Saad Elkhadem), 578–579
Āl Khalīfa, Muḥammad al-ʻĪd, 159
Al-Khalīlī, Jaʻfar, 249, 261n2, 261n7
Al-Khamāysī, Ashraf, 226
Al-Khansāʼ, 198n14
Al-Kharrāṭ, Idwār
on Al-Sālim’s style, 286–287
influence of Nights on, 114
Rāma wa-l-tinnīn, 79
trans-generic writing, 44n15, 404
Turābuhā zaʻfarān, 79, 114
use of metaphor and myth, 218
Al-Khayyāṭ, Jamāl, 179
Al-Khulayfī, Sulaymān, 284–285
Al-Khūrī, Khalīl, 44n13, 136, 439
Al-Kīlānī, Najīb, 417, 435n2
Al-Kīlānī, Riḥāb Yaḥyā, 478
Al-Kūnī, Ibrāhīm (al-Koni), 60, 78, 315–316
Allam, Magdi Cristiano, 644
ʻAllāma, Al- (Ḥimmīsh), 60–61, 349
allegory
in Awlād ḥāratinā (Maḥfūẓ), 197
in Jordanian novels, 267
in Kuwaiti novels, 290
travelogues, 79
Allen, R., 4, 43n11, 640
ʻAllūsh, Saʻīd, 343, 344
Al-Maʻarrī, Abū al-ʻAlāʼ, 3, 52, 96
Al-Mabkhūt, Shukrī, 469
Al-Madīnī, Aḥmad, 77, 343, 349
Al-Maghribī, Razzān Naʻīm, 319–320
Āl Maḥmūd, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, 389–390
Al Maleh, L., 524, 560
Al-Malik, Aḥmad, 424, 426, 427
Al-Mālikī, Nāṣir ʻAbdallah, 391
Al-Maʻlūf, Qayṣar Afandī, 138
Al-Maʻmarī, ʻAlī Hilāl, 364–365
Al-Manfalūṭī, Muṣṭafā Luṭfī, 54, 67
Al-Manṣūrī, Āmina, 478
Al-Manṣūrī, Lūlūa, 480
Al-Marāyā (Maḥfūẓ), 35
Al-Marrāsh, Fransīs, 439
Al-Masʻadī, Maḥmūd, 81, 457, 459–460
Al-Masnāwī, 100
Al-Masrūrī, Muḥammad Ḥamad, 366
Al-Maṭwī, Muḥammad al-ʻArūsī, 458–459
Al-Māzinī, Ibrāhīm, 55, 191
Al-Mazrūʻī Fāṭima, 479
Al-Mijallī, ʻAbd al-Nāṣir, 494
Al-Milbārī, Muḥammad, 399
Al-Mishārī, Ṣabīḥa, 283, 291n3
Al-Miṣrātī, ʻAlī Muṣṭafa, 320
Al-Mozany, Hussain, 629–630
Al-Muʼadhdhin, Aḥmad, 181
Al-Muḥaymīd, Yūsuf, 400
Al-Mūjī, Saḥar, 226, 227n28
Al-Muqrī, ʻAlī, 494–495
Al-Muqrin, Samar, 402
Al-Musawi, M., 186, 304, 537n5
Al-Muṣbāḥī, Ḥassūna, 461
Al-Muṭāwiʻa, Maʻṣūma, 181
Al-Muwaqqit, Muḥammad b. ʻAbdallah b., 344–345
Al-Muwayliḥī, Muḥammad
adaptation of classical forms, 43n9
depictions of Cairo, 56
didactic nature of work, 30
influence on early twentieth century, 95–98
metaphor in, 126
short stories, 98, 101n3
societal critique in, 54, 188–189
writing style of, 54
Al-Muẓaffar, Suʻūd bin Saʻd, 361–363
Al-Na‘ās, Marḍiyya, 318
Al-Naḥḥās, Sālim, 267
Al-Nākhī, Shayka, 474
Al-Nālūtī, ʻArūsiyya, 462–463
Al-Naqqāsh, Mārūn, 106
Al-Nāṣirī, Ḥamad Khamīs, 364
Al-Nāʻūrī, ʻĪsa, 266
Al-Nāwirī, ʻAbdallah, 475
Al-Nayhūm, al-Ṣādiq, 313
Al-Niʻma, ʻAbdallah, 384
Al-Niʻmī, Ḥ., 397
Al-Nimr, Fatḥiyya, 480
Al-Nuʻaymī, Khalīl, 77
Al-Nuʻaymī, Rāshid ʻAbdallah, 475
Al-Nūr, Yaʻqūb Ādam Saʻd, 244n1, 427–428
Alonzo, Anne-Marie, 580
(p. 714) Al-Qabbānī, Aḥmad Abū Khalīl, 106
Al-Qaffāsh, Muntaṣir, 219, 220, 227n21
Al-Qaʻīd, Yūsuf, 209
Al-Qalamāwī, Suhayr, 106, 193
Al-Qalqashandī, Shihāb al-Dīn Aḥmad b. ʻAlī, 81
Al-Qasāṭilī, Nuʻmān, 137
Al-Qāsim, Ziyād, 275
Al-Qāsimī, Maysūn Ṣaqr, 478
Al-Qāsimī, Sulṭān bin Muḥammad, 477
Al-Qawābiʻa, Sulaymān, 270
Al-Qayrī, ʻAbdallah, 320
Al-Qayrī, Yūsuf, 320
Al-Qaysī, Jamāl, 276
Al-Qaysī, Yaḥyā, 276
Al-Qazwīnī, Khawla, 287
Al-Qirsh, Saʻd, 216–217, 227n15
Al-Quṣaybī, Ghāzī, 400
Al-Quṭayfī, Muḥammad, 251
Al-Raḥbī, Muḥammad Sayf, 365
Al-Rāhib, Hānī, 108, 445–447, 452n7
Al-Ramlī, Muḥsin, 260
Al-Rashīd, Hudā, 401
Al-Rāshidī, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, 350
Al-Rawāshida, Ramaḍān, 276
Al-Rāwī, Fāṭima, 348
Alrawi, Karim, 581, 582
Al-Rāziḥī, ʻAbd al-Karīm, 490
Al-Razzāz, Muʼnis, 271
Al-Rifāʻī, Ṭālib, 288
Al-Rīḥānī, Amīn (Ameen Rihani), 11–12, 106, 307n4, 546, 570n3, 693, 704n3
Al-Riḥānī, Najīb, 129
Al-Rikābī, ʻAbd al-Khāliq, 258
Al-Riyāḥī, Kamāl, 461, 462
Al-Rubayʻī, ʻAbd al-Raḥmān Majīd, 256
Al-Rujayb, Walīd, 284, 286, 289
Al-Ruṣāfī, Maʻrūf, 248
Al-Rushayd, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, 281
Al-Sabʻāwī, ʻAbd al-Karīm (Abdul Karim Sabawi), 529–530
Al-Ṣabbāgh, Ṣāḥib, 261n5
Āl Saʻd, Maryam Muḥammad, 394n4
Āl Saʻd, Nūra, 394n4
Al-Saʻdāwī, Nawāl, 209–210
Al-Saddānī, Nūriyya, 283
Al-Saʻdī, Sayf bin Saʻīd, 360–361
Al-Saʻdūn, A., 175
Al-Ṣaghīr, Idrīs, 350
Āl Saʻīd, Ghāliya F. T., 367–368
Al-Ṣāʼigh, Sulaymān, 251
Al-Sālim, Fawziyya, 286–287
Al-Sālimī, Al-Ḥabīb, 461–462
Al-Sammān, Ghāda, 443
Al-Ṣāniʻ, Rajāʼ (Rajaa Alsanea), 77, 404, 405
Al-Sanousi, H., 283
Al-Sanūsī, Ṣāliḥ, 316–317
Al-Sanʻūsī, Saʻūd (Saud Alsanousi), 288–289
Al-Saqqāf, Aḥmad ʻAbdallah, 486
Al-Ṣaqr, Mahdī ʻĪssa, 100, 258
Al-Sarrāj, Manhal, 681
Al-Ṣayyād, Aḥmad, 493–494
Al-Sayyid, Hāshim ʻAbd al-Raḥīm, 388
Al-Sayyid, Maḥmūd Aḥmad
historical novel Jalāl Khālid, 57
influences on, 261n4, 261n8
new themes in, 249
short stories, 261n2
short story influence, 247
social romance, 250
Al-Shābbī, Abū al-Qāsim, 20, 456
Al-Shabībī, ʻAlī, 250
Al-Shāfiʻī, Munā, 287
Al-Shaʻlān, Sanāʼ 277
Al-Shāmī, K. M., 495–496
Al-Sharqāwī, ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, 103–104, 196, 205
Al-Sharshanī, Ḥanān, 394n8
Al-Shāṭibī, Sāmī, 494
Al-Shaṭṭī, Sulaymān, 287–288
Al-Shāwī, ʻAbd al-Qādir, 345
Al-Shāwī, Hishām bin, 350
Al-Shaykh, ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz Muḥammad, 388
Al-Shaykh, Ḥanān, 299, 560
depiction of Lebanese civil war, 56
inspired by Nights, 113
Al-Shaykh, Muḥammad, 242
Al-Shidyāq, Aḥmad Fāris, 93–95
adaptation of classical forms, 31–32, 43n9, 94
Al-Sāq ʻalā al-sāq, 43n9, 188
as translator, 130n2
writing style of, 54
Al-Shiḥḥī, Badriyya, 367
(p. 715) Al-Shirbīnī, Yūsuf, 82, 99
Al-Sibāʻī, Aḥmad, 397, 400, 407n2
Al-Sibāʻī, Muḥammad, 129
Al-Sibāʻī, Yūsuf, 196
Al-Sinīn al-ʻijāf (the lean years), 321
Al-Subayʻī, Munīra, 407
Al-Subūl, Taysīr, 267
Al-Sunūsī, Zayn al-ʻĀbidīn, 456, 459
Al-Surūrī, Ḥabīb ʻAbd al-Rabb, 492
Al-Suwaydī, Amal, 391, 393
Al-Suwaydī, Fāṭima, 478–479
Al-Suwaydī, Thānī, 477
Al-Ṣuwaym, Manṣūr, 424
Al-Suwaysī, Ṣāliḥ, 457
Al-Suyūṭī, Jalāl al-Dīn, 81
Al-Tābiʻī, ʻAlyāʼ 463
Al-Ṭaḥāwī, Mīrāl, 219, 221–222, 227n22
Al-Ṭahṭāwī, Rifāʻa Rāfiʻ, 30, 51, 119, 130n3, 187, 604, 616n2
Al-Ṭāʼī, ʻAbdallah, 359–360
Al-Takarlī, Fuʼād, 80, 254, 257
Al-Tamīmī, Fayrūz, 277
Al-Tawfīq, Aḥmad, 75–76
Al-Tawḥīdī, Abū Ḥayyān, 81
Al-Taymūriyya, ʻĀʼisha (Taymūr), 53. See also Taymūr, ʻĀʼisha
Al-Ṭayyib, Ṭāriq, 428–429
Al-Tāzī, Muḥammad ʻIzz al-Dīn, 343, 349, 606
Al-Thābitī, Muḥammad, 242
Al-Tilbānī, Nāfiʻ, 92
Al-Tilmisānī, Mayy (May Telmissany), 221, 582, 606
Al-Ṭūd, Bahāʼ al-Dīn, 350
Al-Ṭūkhī, Nāʼil, 225
Al-Tūnisī, Bayram, 97–98
Al-Tūnisī, Muḥammad al-Idrīsī (Ibn ʻAzzūz), 92–93
Al-Tūnsī, Maḥmūd Bayram, 100, 456
Al-ʻUjaylī, ʻAbd al-Salām, 93, 442, 445, 452n6
Al-ʻUmrī, Mumtāz Akram, 261n7
Al-ʻUmrī, Tāj al-Dīn, 261n6
Al-ʻUraybī, Muḥammad, 456
Al-ʻUraymī, Muḥammad ʻĪd, 366
Al-ʻUtayba, Māniʻ Saʻīd, 477
Al-ʻUthmān, Laylā, 284, 286
Al-ʻUthmānī, Ismāʻīl, 244n2
Al-ʻUwaytibī, Nadīra, 320
Al-ʻUwaytibī, Ṣabriyya, 320
Álvarez, I., 592
Al-Wād, Ḥusayn, 468–469
Al-Wadīʻ, Ṣalāḥ, 346
Al-Wahrānī, 96
ʻAlwān, Muḥammad, 400, 408n13
Al-Waslātī, Āmna al-Ramīlī, 464
Al-Wazzānī, al-Tuhāmī, 344
Al-Yabūrī, Aḥmad, 341
Al-Yāzijī, Ibrāhīm, 121
Al-Yāzijī, Nāṣīf, 43n9, 92, 129, 130n2
Al-Yūsuf, Imān, 480
Al-Zabīdī, Muḥammad Murtaḍā, 187
Al-Ẓafīrī, Nāṣir, 289
Al-Zahāwī, Jamīl Ṣidqī, 248
Al-Zahrānī, M., 402
Al-Zāʼid, ʻAbdallah, 174
Al-Zaʻīm, Asmahān, 348
Al-Zarʻūnī, Asmāʼ, 478
Al-Zāwī, Amīn (Zaoui), 166–167
Al-Zayd, Khālid Saʻūd, 281
Al-Zayyāt, Ḥasan, 131n6
Al-Zayyāt, Laṭīfa, 209
Al-Zuʻābī, Maryam, 479
Al-Zuʻābī, Sulṭān, 479
Al-Zubayr, Nabīla, 492–493
Al-Zubayrī, Muḥammad Maḥmūd, 487
Al-Zuʻbī, Aḥmad, 274
Al-Zuʻbī, Kafā, 277
Al-Zurqānī, Ayman, 226
Aʻmāl al-layl wa-l-qarya (I. Isḥāq, Sudanese), 423
Amām al-ʻarsh (Maḥfūẓ), 206
Amar, Di Ben, 332
ʻAmāyra, Jamīla, 277
Amazigh novel, 351–352
Amazigh roots of novelists, 673–674
Amellal, Karim, 615
Aʻmidat al-ghubār (Farkūḥ), 273
Amīn, Muḥammad wuld, 330, 334
Amīn, Nūrā, 221
Amīn, Qāsim, 140
Āmina (Z. ʻAbd al-Qādir), 462
Amīr al-thāʼir, Al- (Al-Qāsimī), 477
Amīra maʻa īqāf al-tanfīdh (Mursal), 412
Amīr Lubnān (Ṣarrūf), 57, 189–190
ʻAmmār, Tarba bint, 329
(p. 716) ʻAmma ukht al-rijāl, Al- (Abū Khunayjar), 220, 227n19
Amour, La Fantasia, L’ (Djébar), 164
Amour bilingue (Khatibi), 346
Amour impossible, L’ (Ebnou), 333
Amours d'une empoisonneuse, Les (Gaboriau), 124
Amrīkā (R. Jābir), 305
Amrīkānlī (Ṣ. Ibrāhīm), 210
Amrouche, Taos, 162
ʻAmshūsh, M., 495
Ana al-ladhī raʼā (Maḥmūd Saʻīd), 257
Anatomy of Disappearance (Matar), 322, 568
Andere Märchen (Schami), 625
Anderson, B., 189, 686
Angels of Mauritania and the Curse of the Language (Bamba), 334
Anima (Mouawad), 581
Anīs al-jalīs (magazine), 137–138, 140, 142
ʻAnqāʼ Al- (Al-Sabʻāwī), 529–530
Anqār, Muḥammad, 349–350
anṣāf al-muthaqqafīn (“semi-educated” readers), 30–31, 33, 37, 127
An takūn ʻAbbās al-ʻAbd (Al-ʻĀydī), 224, 227n24
Anta mundhu al-yawm (Al-Subūl), 267
An tarā al-ān (Al-Qaffāsh), 220–221
anthologies of Moroccan literature in Spanish, 667–668
anti-Arab racism and Islamophobia, 702–703
anti-colonialism as theme
in Algerian novels, 607–608
in Iraqi novels, 252–253, 255
in Maghrabi novels, 607–609
in Spanish novels, 675 [link]
in Syrian novels, 440
in Tunisian novels, 458–459
Antonaros, Alfredo, 238
Anṭūn, Faraḥ, 30, 57, 189
Anṭūn, Sinān, 257, 260
Après-midi dans le desert, Un (Tlili), 466
Apuleius, Lucius, 168n1
aqfāf (Maghrebi prose form), 326
ʻAqīl, ʻAbd al-Qādir, 179–180
ʻAqīl, Muḥammad, 399
ʻAqīlāt (Al-Kawkabānī), 493
Aqlām al-Ṣaḥrāʼ, 327
Aqniʻa, Al- (A. ʻAbd al-Malik), 388–389
ʻArāʼ Al- (Bībān), 463
ʻAraba al-dhahabiyya lā taṣʻad ilā al-samāʼ, Al- (Bakr), 212
Arabeskot (Shammās), 373–374
Arab heritage as source, 206–207
Arab heritage as source in mahjar novels, 514–515
Arabian Jazz (Abu-Jaber), 700–701
Arabic language and identity, 12–13
Arabic in sub-Saharan Africa, 411–412
Arabic language in mahjar novels
as definer of minority community, 506
as secret language, 511–512
Arabic-language mahjar novels
in Australia, 526–530
in Brazil, 546–547
in Hispano-America, 506–508
Arabic novel, classification of, 30–33
Arabic novel, theory of, 19–42
contemporary period of Arabic literature, 19–23
refrigerator and tree metaphors, 34–42
rise of Arabic novel, 29–33
rupture and continuity, 23–29
Arabic novel criticism, Orientalism reflected in, 22–23
ʻArabī ʻIrāqī, 250–251
Arablit (journal), 485
Arabness, manifestations of in mahjar novels, 504–505
Arab Spring (2011), 56. See also revolution of 2011 in Tunisia
Arab Spring (2011) as theme
in Qatari novels, 388–389
in Tunisian novels, 462
Arab world and the West, role of Nights in, 111–113. See also Orientalism
Arab Writers’ Union, 441, 443
ʻArafa, ʻAbd al-Ilāh b., 350
ʻAraq al-āliha (Al-Surūrī), 492
Aravīm Roukdīm (Qashūʻ), 374
Arḍ, Al- (Al-Sharqāwī), 196
Arḍ al-mayyit (H. Ādam), 425
Arḍ al-nifāq (Y. Al-Sibāʻī), 196
Arḍ al-siyyād (Al-ʻUjaylī), 445, 452n6
(p. 717) Arḍ al-yambūs (Farkūḥ), 273–274
Arḍ Kanʻān Quartet (Al-Sabʻāwī), 529–530
Arkanahā al-faqīh (ʻA. ʻAbdallah), 490
Armala taktub al-khiṭābāt sirran, Al- (Ṭ Imām), 224
Armala wa-l-waliyy al-akhīr, Al- (K. Muṣṭafa), 316
Armée du salut, L’ (Taïa), 347
Arrels nomads (Alibek), 671
Arrufat, Antón, 519n2
Arsalān, Al-Ṭayyib, 486
Arslan, Emin, 508, 518
Artikātā (H. Ādam), 432
artistic fiction (al-qiṣṣa al-fanniyya), 42n8
artistic novel (al-riwāya al-fanniyya), 31–33, 42n7, 43n8
ʻArūs al-Nīl (Y. Mukhtār), 214, 227n8
Asaad, Arkan, 683
Aṣābīʻ Lūlītā (Al-Aʻraj), 167
Asad, T., 561
Asekkif n-inzaden (Iken), 351
ʻAṣfūr, J., 20–21, 43n11, 225
Ashbāḥ, Al- (ʻAbdāwa), 328–329
Ashbāḥ al-ḥawās (Farghalī), 220
Ashjār al-barārī al-baʻīda (D. Khalīfa), 386
Ashjār wa ightiyāl Marzūq, Al- (Munīf), 399–400
Ashmāʻū, Muḥammad b. Aḥmad, 350
ʻĀshūr, Raḍwā
on Al-Saq ʻalā al-saq, 43n9
Granada Trilogy, 60, 69, 227n14
historical novels, 216
as woman writer, 210
Ashwāk, Al- (Ā. Mūsā), 413
Ashyāʼ min ʻālam qadīm (M. Sālim), 329–330
Asís, Jorge, 510, 516, 518, 520n14
ʻAṣiyy al-damʻ (Kiwān), 373
Aṣlān, Ibrāhīm, 211
Asmāʼ al-mutaghayyira, Al- (wuld ʻAbd al-Qādir), 328
Asociación de Escritores Marroquíes en Lengua Española (Moroccan Writers Association in the Spanish Language, AEMLE), 667
ʻAsqalānī, Gharīb, 375
ʻaṣr al-inḥiṭāṭ (era of decadence), 21–22, 186
Assad, Carlos Martínez, 509
ʻAssāf, Jūrj, 506
Aswad wardī (Dhikrī), 220
ʻAṭbara ḥāḍirat al-nahār (ʻĀ. Yūsuf), 431
Atelier des Strésor, L’ (Oumhani), 466
Aṭfāl bilā dumūʻ (Al-Dīb), 210–211
Atías Martín, Guillermo, 519n2, 593
Atiyah, Edward, 559, 560
ʻAṭiyya, Farīda Yūsuf, 142, 148
Attia, Anouar, 467
Aṭyāf (ʻĀshūr), 216
Auil, José, 592–593
Autist en de duif, De (Al Galidi), 657–658
Aventures de Télémaque, Les (Fénelon; tran. Al-Ṭahṭāwī), 51, 130n3
ʻAwaḍ, Aḥmad Ḥāfiẓ, 123, 127, 129
ʻAwaḍ, Aḥmad Rafīq, 375
Awad, Amal, 535–536
Awad, Joseph, 695
Awad, Y., 560
Awah, B. M., 672
Awba, Al- (W. ʻAbd al-Malik), 402
ʻAwda ilā al-manfā, Al- (Abū al-Najā), 205
ʻAwdat al-rūḥ (Al-Ḥakīm), 191–192, 199n23
Awdiyat al-ʻaṭash (wuld Ibnū), 330–331
Awjuh al-marāya al-ukhrā (F. Al-Suwaydī), 478–479
Awlād ḥāratinā (Maḥfūẓ), 35, 40, 73, 197
ʻAwlāqī, Saʻīd, 489
Awrāq 1954 (J. ʻA. Ibrāhīm), 208
Awrāq ʻāqir (Al-Naḥḥās), 267
Awrāq Iskandariyya (J. ʻA. Ibrāhīm), 208
Awrīd, Ḥasan, 350
ʻAww (I. Naṣrallah), 272
ʻAwwād, M. Ḥ., 400
ʻAwwād, Tawfīq Yūsuf, 297–298
Awwal al-nahār (Al-Qirsh), 216–217, 227n15
Ayām al-insān al-sabʻa (ʻA. Qāsim), 72–73, 207
ʻAyb, Al- (Y. Idrīs), 208
ʻAyn al-shams (K. Muṣṭafa), 316
Ayoub, Sarah, 536
ʻĀyqa bint al-Zayn, Al- (M. Nājī), 212
Ayyām, Al- (Ḥusayn), 191, 199n22
Ayyām fī al-janna (Ā. Saʻīd), 367–368
Ayyām maʻahu (C. Khūrī), 442
Ayyām Yūsuf al-akhīra (ʻA. ʻAqīl), 179–180
Ayyām zāʼida (Ḥ. Dāwūd), 302–303
(p. 718) Ayyūb, Dhū al-Nūn
assessment of Al-Duktūr Ibrāhīm, 260n1
short story influence, 247
short story writer, 261n2
social critique, 67, 253–254
Yadd, al-arḍ, wa-l-māʼ Al-, 261n9
Azami-Tawil, Bouthaïna, 348
Aẓan, ʻAfīfa, 142
Azar, Héctor, 509, 513, 518
Azatsi (Al-Būsayfī), 321–322
ʻAzāzīl (Y. Zaydān)
prize won by, 227n11
religious confrontations in, 60, 215
religious controversy in, 69–70
Sufism in, 71
Azergui, Lhoussain, 351
ʻAzīza (Al-Khulayfī), 285
Azmārīnū (Musallam), 241–242
ʻAzmī, Khalīl, 249
Azoury, Nagib, 604
ʻAzzām, Fādī, 452n12
ʻAzzām, Mamdūḥ, 448–449
Azzedine, Saphhia, 618n21
Bâ, Mariama, 417
Baʻalbakkī, Laylā, 297–298
Bāʻāmir, Ṣāliḥ, 491
Bāb al-Falla (Bin ʻAmmū), 461
Bāb al-maftūḥ, Al- (L. Al-Zayyāt), 209
Bab al-sāḥa (S. Khalīfa), 376
Bāb al-shams (I. Khūrī), 113, 301–302
Bāb al-ʻulūj (Bin ʻAmmū), 461
Baccouche, Mhamed Hachemi, 465
Bachi, Selim, 166
Badawī, Ḥāmid, 425–426
Bādī, Ibrāhīm, 404
Badīʻa wa Fuʼād (Karam), 149–150
Bādiyat al-ẓulumāt (Munīf), 60
Badr, ʻAlī, 258, 259, 260
Badr, ʻA. Ṭ, 29–33, 34–35, 42n7, 57, 62n7, 131n10
Badran, M., 285
Badriyya (Al-Rujayb), 286
Bāghafār, Hind, 401
Bahari, Hesham, 681, 684–685
Bahéchar, Souad, 348
Baḥr lā māʼ fīh, Al- (Al-Faqīh), 314
Baḥr yanshur alwāḥahu, Al- (M. Al-Jābirī), 460–461
Baḥth ʻan al-tiryāq fī bilād Wāq al-Wāq, Al- (Al-Sabʻāwī), 529–530
Baḥth ʻan Khanūm, Al- (ʻAbd al-Baṣīr), 215
Baḥth ʻan Walīd Masʻūd, Al- (Jabrā), 378
Bākathīr, ʻAlī Aḥmad, 10, 57, 194, 199n30, 486
Bakhtiari, Marjaneh, 683
Bakhtin, M., 25, 26–27, 42n5, 42n7, 344, 501, 562
Bakr, Salwā
Christian-Muslim confrontations, 60, 215
historical research underlying work, 70
irony in character’s name, 227n12
marginalized women in her work, 212
as woman writer, 210
Bakrī, Al-Ḥasan, 426, 429, 430
Bakriyya, Rajāʼ, 373
Balada de María Abdala, La (Gossaín), 509
Balda al-ukhrā, Al- (ʻAbd al-Majīd), 211, 241
Balzac, Honoré de, 131n15
Bamba, Mohamed Bouya, 334
Bamyeh, M., 599
Banāt al-Riyāḍ (Al-Ṣāniʻ), 77, 404, 405
Bandido de los ojos transparentes, El (Littín), 596–597
Bannūna, Khanātha, 341, 349
Banū Hilāl (tribe), 425–426
Baqāya al-ṣuwar (Mīnā), 441
Bāqī, Al- (Al-Waslātī), 464
Baʻqlīnī, Najīb, 507, 518
Barakāt, Hudā, 56, 300–301, 606
Barakāt, Najwā, 307n8
Barakāt, Salīm, 449–450, 681
Barārī al-ḥummā (I. Naṣrallah), 272
Barīd Bayrūt (Ḥ Al-Shaykh), 299
Barq al-layl (Al-B. Khurayyif), 460
Barrāda, Muḥammad, 114, 341, 343–344, 349, 606
Barzakh (Ebnou), 333
Barzakh, najma fī safar, Al- (F. Ramaḍān), 178–179
Bashmūrī, Al- (Bakr), 60, 70, 215, 227n12
Bāṣiddīq, Ḥusayn Sālim, 487–488
(p. 719) Bāsima bayn al-dumūʻ (Al-ʻUjaylī), 442
Baʻth, Al- (M. Maghrabī), 397, 398–399, 400
baʻthāt (missions) to Europe, 2, 50, 187
Baʻthist coup (Iraq, 1963), 257–259
Bayḍāʼ Al- (Y. Idrīs), 208
Baydas, Khalīl, 121, 122, 371
Baydas, Riyāḍ, 374
Bayḍat al-naʻāma (Musʻad), 212–213, 227n6
Bayn ʻarshayn (ʻAṭiyya), 148
Bayn al-nahr wa-l-jabal (Nūr), 214
Bayn al-qaṣrayn (Maḥfūẓ), 559
Bayrūt, Bayrūt (Ṣ. Ibrāhīm), 210
Bayrūt 75 (Al-Sammān), 443
Bayt al-akhīr, Al- (R. Jābir), 305
Bayt al-andalusī, Al- (Al-Aʻraj), 167
Bayt al-nakhīl (Al-Ṭayyib), 429
Bayt fī Jūba (A. Al-Malik), 426, 427, 429
Bayt fī sāḥat ʻArnūs, Al- (S. Al-ʻAṭṭār), 526–527
Beceyro, R., 516–517
Bécheur, Ali, 467
Beck, U., 685
Beer in bontjas, Een (Bouazza), 659–660
Beer in the Snooker Club (Ghali), 559
Begag, Azouz, 613
Béji, Hélé, 466
Belaïd, Lakhdar, 615
Belaskri, Yahia, 609
Belghoul, Farida, 613
Belkhodja, Abdelaziz, 467–468
Belle parisienne, La (Dash; trans. A. Isḥāq), 141
Benady, Claude, 465
Benaïssa, Slimane, 605–606
Benali, Abdelkader, 660–661
Benchekroun, Siham, 348
Benchemsi, Rajae, 348
Ben Cherif, Caïd, 160
Ben Haddou, Halima, 347
Bin Jallūn, ʻAbd al-Majīd, 340
Ben Jelloun, Tahar, 342, 346, 608, 609
Benmalek, Anouar, 166
Benothman, Abdel Hafed, 615
Berman, N., 628
Bertrand, Louis, 160
Beur literature, 111–112, 612–616
Beyrouk, Mbarek Ould, 333
Bībān, Ḥafīẓa Qārah (Bint al-Baḥr), 463
Bible translation to Arabic, 120, 130n2
Bidāyat al-rabīʻ (A. Khālid), 422
Bidāya wa nihāya (Maḥfūẓ), 195, 200n34
Bidūn (nationless), 289–290, 479
Bilād bilā samāʼ (Al-Ahdal), 492
Bilqazīz, ʻAbd al-Ilāh, 350
Bin ʻAmmū, Ḥasanayn, 461
Bināyat Mātilda (Dāwūd), 301, 302
Bin Bādīs, ʻAbd al-Ḥamīd, 159
Bin Brīk, Tawfīq, 468
Binebine, Mahi, 346
Bin Hadūqa, ʻAbd al-Ḥamīd (Benhadouga), 159, 164–165
Bin Mūsā, Ḥusayn Dhāfir, 323n4
Bin saulaʻ (Al-Maʻmarī), 364–365
Bin Shitwān, Najwā, 320
Bint Aḥmad, Umm Kulthūm, 335n3
Bint al-Khalīj (Niʻma), 384
Biondi, Franco, 623–624
Biqṭāsh, Mirzāq, 165
Birkintiyya: Arḍ al-marʼa al-ḥakīma (Kahhāl), 239–240, 242, 243
Bītrūfūbiyā (H. Ādam), 432–433
Bitthūn (Muʻammar), 372–373
Blackbodying (D. Nasrallah), 584
Black Vanguard, The (Atiyah), 559
Blanc de l’Algérie, L’ (Djébar), 164
blatte otherness in Swedish mahjar novels, 681–684
blattesvenska, 682–683
Blatty, William, 694
Bleus de mine (Alonzo), 580
Boîte à merveilles, La (Sefrioui), 342
Bonheur a la queue glissante, Le (Farhoud), 581
Book of Khalid, The (A. Rihani), 693, 704n3
Book of Sands: A Novel of the Arab Uprising (Alrawi), 582
Borges, J. L., 504, 519n4
Bouazza, Hafid, 658–659, 662n7, 662n8, 662n10
(p. 720) Boucetta, Fatiha, 347
Bouchane, Mohamed, 639
Boucs, Les (Chraïbi), 342, 608–609
Boudjedra, Rachid, 110–111, 608
Boudjellal, Farid, 615
Boudou, Khalid, 656–657
Boukhobza, Chochana, 466
Boumkoeur (Djaïdani), 614
Bouraoui, Nina, 614, 618n19
Bourboune, Mourad, 163, 608
Bourguerra, Hacène Rabah, 615
Bourguiba, Habib (president), 457, 458, 462, 466, 469n5
Bourjaily, Vance, 694
Boussejra, Houria, 348
Bouyaakoubi, Lahoucine, 351
Bouzeggou, Mohammed, 351
Bouzidi, Lahcen, 351
Brazi, Karim, 615
Brhan, Tesfai Fuzum, 238
Brief in die Auberginenrepublik (Khider), 631–632
Brown, K. S., 513
Bruiloft aan zee (Benali), 660–661
Bruit dort, Le (Tlili), 465–466
Brūklīn Hāyts (M. Al-Ṭaḥāwī), 221–222, 227n22
Būbakr, Masʻūda, 463–464
Būdī, Haytham, 290
Būdūda māt (Al-Ḥamzāwī), 460
Bugul, Ken, 417
Būhannād, Nādia, 480
Būjadra, Rashīd (Rachid Boudjedra), 163
Būkarāmī, Saʻīd, 350
Bukhūr ʻadanī (Al-Muqrī), 495
Bulaq Press, 119, 130n2
Bullet Collection, The (Ward), 698, 704n9
Bunyan, John, 25, 42n7
Burton, Richard, 129, 132n17
Būshnāf, Manṣūr, 321
Būṭālib, ʻAbd al-Hādī, 340
Byatt, A. S., 62n12
Caballo, El (Sibari), 669
Cabar Kuncar, Ema, 593, 594
Caçadora de cossos, La (El Hachmi), 674
Caída de los puntos cardinales, La (Fayad), 509
Cairo House, The (Serageldin), 699–700
camp aesthetics, 225, 227n25
Campoy-Cubillo, A., 666, 670
Camus, Albert, 160
Cánovas, R., 519n11, 592
Carneiro, Cecílio, 548–549
Carnets de Shérazade, Les (Sebbar), 112–113
Carnival (Hage), 583–584
Carrier, The (Mahjoub), 434, 567
Casa Grande e Senzala (Freyre), 545
Casanova, P., 617n7
Catalan-Amazigh literature, 672–674
Cendres de Carthage, Les (Belkhodja), 467
censorship
in Arab world, 308n9
averted by online publishing, 403
in Bahrain, 176
in Iraq, 254, 255, 259
in Kuwait, 282, 365
in Libya, 317
in Morocco, 342, 344
in Oman, 365, 366
under Ottomans, 188, 440
in Saudi Arabia, 399
in Sudan, 421, 424
in Tunisia, 455–457, 468
Cerezales, C., et al., 668
Chacha, Mohamed, 351–352
Chachín Curí, Edith, 519n10
Chad, 413–414
Chafik, Nadia, 347
Chahín, Edith, 593
Chairi, Sanae, 668
Chakor, M. and S. Macía, 668
Chambers, I., 684
Chamie, Mário, 546
Chami-Kettani, Yasmine, 348
Charef, Mehdi, 612–613, 615
Chatt, T. A., 345
Chedid, Andrée, 10, 610, 611, 612
Chehade, Thérèse Soukar, 701
Chemin des ordalies, Le (Laâbi), 346
Chemins qui montent, Les (Feraoun), 161
Chercheurs d’Os, Les (Djaout), 164
Chevalley, A., 23
chick-lit, 535–536
Chohra, Nassera, 639, 645
Chraïbi, Driss, 169n7, 342, 349, 608–609
Chuaqui Kettlun, Benedicto, 519n9, 591, 592, 593, 594
Chukri, Mohamed. See Shukrī, Muḥammad
(p. 721) civil wars in Sudan, 421, 427–428
classical Arabic narrative forms, revolt against, 459
classical style, retention of in modern works, 81–83
co-authorship of novels, 106, 269–270, 639, 670–671
Cochran, J. and A. D. Craver, 611
Cockroach (Hage), 583–584
Coetzee, J. M., 565
Coline oubliée, La (Mammeri), 161
Colla, E., 43n11
Coloured Lights (Aboulela), 564–565
“committed” literature (iltizām)
in Egypt, 196
in Iraq, 252–255
in Yemen, 487–488
Committee for Writing, Translation, and Publication, 120, 131n6
Comoros, 15n4
Comte de Monte Cristo, Le (Dumas), 53
Confessions of a Spent Youth (Bourjaily), 694
Confusion of Stones, The (M. Hassan), 580
contemporary period of Arabic literature
novel anchored in older genres, 20–21
opposition between poetry and novel, 19–20
Orientalism reflected in reigning paradigm, 21–23
Copo de cólera, Um (Nassar), 551
Coptic Church in fiction, 69–71
Coquille, La (Khalifé), 606
Cossery, Albert, 610, 611–612
costumbrismo in Moroccan Spanish novels, 669–670
Cotillons célèbres, Les (Gaboriau), 124
Cours sur la rive sauvage (Dib), 163
Courting Samira (Amal Awad), 535–536
Cowart, D., 57, 59
Crescent (Abu-Jaber), 701
Criado Braulio, El (Abdala), 511–512
Cri du muet, Le (War), 332–333
criollismo (creoles), 592
criollo (inhabitant of Spanish descent), 503
criollo culture, 510
critical social realism (wāqiʻiyya al-ijtimāʻiyya al-naqdiyya, al-), 254
Cronulla Riots (2005), 534, 537n6
Cry of the Owl (Deng), 434
cultural amnesia, 34
cultural confrontation as theme in Arabic novels
in Egypt, 192
in Jordan, 277
in Kuwait, 285
in Libya, 314–315
in Mauritania, 329
in Tunisia, 461
culture clash as theme in mahjar novels, 535–536, 640, 683–684
Daʻās wa Fadʻūs (Baʻqlīnī and Al-Ḥāmātī), 507
Ḍabāb, Al- (ʻA. Khalīfa), 176
Dafannā al-māḍī (Ghallāb), 340–341
Dafātir al-tadwīn: Al-daftar al-sādis, rin (Al-Gīṭānī), 69
Dafātir al-ṭūfān (Khurays), 276
Dafātir Kambālā (J. M. Ibrāhīm), 426
Dahab, E., 578
Ḍaḥik, Al- (Halasā), 268
Ḍaḥiyyat al-gharām (Istifān), 506
Daiches, D., 56
Dāʼiman yaḥduth fī al-layl (Ghubbāsh), 475
Dalil, Réda, 347
Dallal, Shaw, 699
Damanhūrī, Ḥāmid, 399
Dammāj, Zayd Muṭīʻ, 490
Ḍamra, Yūsuf, 274
Danon, Vitalis, 465
Danse du roi, La (Dib), 163
Daoudi, Ahmed, 670
Daqq al-ṭubūl (Al-Bisāṭī), 208, 227n3
Dār al-Ādāb (publisher), 406–407
Dār al-Kātib al-Miṣrī, 120, 131n6
Dār al-sulṭāna (R. Al-Iryānī), 490
Darb ilā al-qimma (Syrian Writers’ Collective), 440
Darfur, 428
dārija (Moroccan Arabic), 350
dark comedy, 259
Darrāj, F., 43n9
Darwīsh, Maḥmūd, 20
Darwīsh, Zakī, 372–373
Dārya (Al-Mūjī), 226
(p. 722) Dāwūd, Ḥasan, 301, 302–303
Ḍaww al-bayt (Al-Ṭ. Ṣāliḥ), 422–423
Dawwāmāt al-ḥanīn (N. Ṣabrī), 211
Debeche, Djamila, 161–162
decadence, era of (ʻaṣr al-inḥiṭāṭ), 21–22, 186
Defoe, Daniel, 25–26
Deheuvels, L. -W., 492
Dekhis, Amor, 640
Deleuze, G. and F. Guattari, 561, 643–644
Deng, Francis M., 434
De Niro’s Game (Hage), 583
Dernière impression, Le (M. Haddad), 607
Dernier été de la raison, Le (Djaout), 164
Derrida, J., 687
Despertar de los leones, El (Uariachi), 669
detective fiction, 122, 124, 475
Devir, N. P., 464
“Dhākira al-mafqūda, Al-” (lost memory) (I. Khūry), 34
Dhākira al-mustabāḥa, Al- (Al-Razzāz), 272
Dhākirat al-jasad (Mustaghānimī), 167–168, 606
Ḍhākirat al-raml (M. Sālim), 329–330
Dhākirat shirrīr (M. Al-Ṣuwaym), 424
Dhāt (Ṣ. Ibrāhīm), 210
Dhikrī, Muṣṭafā, 219, 220
Dhunūb al-ābāʼ (Zaytūn), 547
Dia, Abdulaye, 417
Diablo de Yudis, El (Daoudi), 670
Diallo, Bios, 332
Diaw, Mama Moussa, 332
Dib, Mohammed, 160–161, 162–163, 607, 608
dictatorship as theme in Arabic novels, 257–259, 424, 432, 469
dictatorship as theme in mahjar novels, 631–632
didactic novel, 30–31, 266, 397, 415–417, 486, 490
Dimashq ya bāsimat al-ḥuzn (U. Al-Idlibī), 442–443, 451n2
Dinheiro na estrada: Uma saga de imigrantes (Farhat), 548, 549
Diome, Fatou, 417
Diop, Boubacar Boris, 417
Diouri, Farida, 348
Diqla fī ʻarājīnihā, Al- (Al-B. Khurayyif), 460
Dīriya, Muḥammad ʻAlī, 413
discrimination. See also turcos (Turks) label
in Argentina, 503, 508–509
in Canada, 575–577, 583–584
in Chile, 591
in France, 614
in Germany, 623–624
in the Netherlands, 653–654
in Sweden, 681–682
in the United States, 702–703
discrimination intellectuelle, 614
Distant Reading (Moretti), 35–42
diwān (record), poetry as, 19
Dīwān al-mawājiʻ (Al-Bāridī), 461
Ḍiyāʼ Al- (periodical), 121, 138
Diyāzībām (Al-ʻAbrī), 365–366
Diyūb, Abū Bakr (Babacar Diop), 417
Dīzil, Al- (T. Al-Suwaydī), 477
Djaïdani, Rachid, 614
Djaout, Tahar, 163–164
Djébar, Assia, 114, 161–162, 164, 607–608, 612, 617n11
Djemaï, Abdelkader, 609–610
Djibouti, 15n4
Does My Head Look Big in This? (Abdel-Fattah), 534–535
Doggui, Muhammad, 671
Dois irmãos (Hatoum), 552–553
Dol del quetzal, El (Alibek), 671
Dolientes, Los (Sefamí), 511, 512–513
Don Abdel Zalim, el burlador de Domínico (Asís), 510, 516
Donnie (Fatah), 632–633
Don Quixote (Cervantes), 25
Doody, M. A., 26–29
Dorstige Rivier (Al Galidi), 657
Double conte de l’exil, Le (Latif-Ghattas), 579–580
Draz, C. K., 207
Drift Latitudes (Mahjoub), 434–435
Dūdīn, Rifqa, 277
Dukhān al-qaṣr (Ā. Mukhtār), 468
Duktūr Ibrāhīm, Al- (Ayyūb), 67, 249–250, 253–254, 260n1
Dumas, Alexandre, 53
Dunkle Seite der Liebe, Die (Schami), 626–627
(p. 723) Dunqula (I. ʻAlī), 214–215
Dunyā aḥsan min al-janna, Al- (Al-Birrī), 222
Dunyānā maharajān al-ayyām wa-l-layālī (D. Khalīfa), 386–387
Dunyāzād (Al-Tilmisānī), 221, 582
Durr al-manthūr fī ṭabaqāt rabbāt al-khudūr, Al- (Fawwāz), 190
Durūb ʻAbd al-Baraka (M. Sālim), 330
Durūb al-firār (Bībān), 463
Duwayhī, Anṭwān, 307n8
Ebnou, Moussa ould, 333
e-books, 334, 535
École d’Alger (Algiers School), 160
écrivain de banlieue label, 614
education. See also literacy
in colonial Africa, 411–412
in colonial Algeria, 157–158, 605
in colonial Egypt, 31
in colonial Morocco, 605, 666–667
in colonial Tunisia, 455–456
in Libya, 312–313
in Mauritania, 327, 331
in Oman, 359, 362–363
in Qatar, 384
in Tunisia, 462
in UAE, 473–474
Egyptian and Lebanese mahjar writers in France, 610–612
Egyptian mythology in novels, 226
Elalamy, Youssouf Amine, 346
El Amrani, I., 519n4
El-Ariss, T., 62n11
El Ayachi, Samira, 618n21
El Azzouzi, Fikry, 662n3
El Bezaz, Naima, 655
El-Demerdachia, Out, 616n3
El Gabalawi, Saad (translator), 578
El Gamoun, Ahmed, 668
El Gheryb, Mohamed, 671
El Goulli, Sophie, 466
El Hachmi, Najat, 668, 673, 674
El Hage, Jad (Jād al-Ḥājj), 527–529
El Harti, Larbi, 668
El Kadaoui Moussaoui, Saïd, 673–674
El-Khatir, Abou el-Kacem (Afulay), 351
El Maleh, Edmond Amrane, 346
Elsadda, H., 209–210, 221
Eltit, Diamela, 519n2
El-Zein, Abbas, 531–532
En el verano la tierra (Assad), 509
Enfant de l’Oukala et autres contes du ghetto, L’ (Lévy), 465
Enfant ébloui, L’ (O.), 347
Enfants du nouveau monde, Les (Djébar), 162
English-language novels, from Sudan, 433–434
Enigma de Qaf, O (Mussa), 554–555
entertainment and recreation novel (riwāyat al-tasliya wa-l-tarfīh), 31, 67–68
Entre dos mundos (Akalay), 669
epic contrasted to novel, 23–24, 42n5, 679
Erian, Alicia, 702
Eros Island (Hanania), 567
Erzähler der Nacht (Schami), 625
Et le ciel a oublié de pleuvoir (Beyrouk), 333
European and Arabic literature, relationship between, 2–3, 13–14, 32–33
European authors influenced by Nights, 104–105
European folk literature, influence on mahjar novels, 628
European romance, influence on Iraqi novels, 249–251
exile as theme
in Algerian novels, 166–168
in Arab British fiction, 566–569
in Iraqi novels, 258–260
in Libyan novels, 320–322
in Palestinian novels, 378–379
in Sudanese novels, 432
Faḍāʼāt al-raghba al-akhīra (Al-Maʻmarī), 364–365
Faḍāʼil al-marʼa (trans. Aẓan), 142
Fadda-Conrey, C., 600
Fāḍil, ʻAbd al-Ḥaqq, 250
Fāḍil, Samīra Ḥammādī, 329
Fāḍil, Yūsuf, 350
Faḍl, Al-Sirr Ḥasan, 422, 433–434
Fagunwa, Daniel Olorunfemi, 415
Fahd, Al- (Ḥaydar), 447, 452n8
Fahmāwī, Ṣubḥī, 274
Fahmī, Muḥammad Nādir, 350
(p. 724) Fahmy, Z., 121
Faïza (periodical), 462
Fājiʻat al-layla al-sābiʻa baʻda al-alf (Al-Aʻraj), 79–80
Fakhr, Ḥusām, 222
Fakhrū, ʻAbdallah, 387
Fall, Aminata Sow, 417
Fallaci, Oriana, 644
Fallāḥ, Al- (Al-Sharqāwī), 205
Falsche Inder, Der (Khider), 631–632
Fann al- qiṣṣa fī al-Maghrib, 19141966 (Al-Yabūrī), 341
fantasy elements, 207, 304–305, 415–416, 477
Faqir, Fadia, 560, 563–564, 566, 569
Farāgh al-ʻarīḍ, Al- (M. ‘Abdallah), 431
Farah, Nuruddin, 412
Farah, Ubah Cristina Ali, 646
Farandjis, S., 605
Farès, Nabile, 163
Farghalī, Ibrāhīm, 219, 220, 227n20
Farhat, Emile, 548, 549
Farhoud, Abla, 581
Farīz, Husnī, 266
Farkūḥ, Ilyās, 273–274
Farmān, Ghāʼib, 255–256, 260n1, 262n11
Fāṣil lil-dahsha (Al-Fakharānī), 223
Fās law ʻādat ilayh (Al-Madīnī), 77
Fatah, Sherko, 632–633
Fatāt, Al- (periodical), 142, 151n7
Fatāt al-jazīra (newspaper), 486
Fatāt al-sharq (journal), 138, 151n5
Fatāt al-sharqiyya, Al- (Jarīdīnī), 148–149
Fatāt Qārūt (Al-Saqqāf), 486
Fāṭima al-badawiyya (Karam), 150
Fāṭima bt. Asʻad al-Khalīl, 145
Fawḍā al-ḥawās (Mustaghānimī), 167–168
Fawwāz, Zaynab, 53, 145–146, 190
Fayad, Luis, 509, 510
Fayḍī, Sulaymān, 248–249
Fāyiz, Jamāl, 388
Faylasūf al-karantīna (Al-Ahdal), 492
Faytūrī, Aḥmad, 321
Fayyāḍ (Al-Dhahabī), 449
Fayyāḍ, Sulaymān, 205
Fazel, Shirin Ramzanali, 646
Fāziʻ shahīd al-iṣlāḥ fī al-Khalīj (A. ʻAbd al-Malik), 388
Fellous, Colette, 466
Feraoun, Mouloud, 160–161, 169n6, 607
Festin de mensonges (Al-Zāwī), 167
Fī al-Furāt al-awsaṭ (Al-Quṭayfī), 251
Fī al-ṭufūla (Bin Jallūn), 340, 341, 345
Fī dukhūl al-faransāwiyyīn al-diyār al-miṣriyya (al-ʻAṭṭār), 96
Fielding, Henry, 25, 26
Figuiers de Barbarie, Les (Būjadra), 163
Fihri, Nouzha Fassi, 348
Fī intiẓār al-ṣāfira (Shuʻāʼ Khalīfa), 385
Fikra (A. Al-Sibāʻī), 397, 400, 407n2
Filali, Azza, 466, 466–467
Filles de Sophie Barat, Les (Latif-Ghattas), 579–580
films from Arabic novels, 44n11, 200n36, 200n39, 347, 349, 452n8
films from mahjar novels, 551, 581, 612–613, 657
Fils du pauvre, Le (Feraoun), 161
Fī mahabb al-rīḥ (Qunṣul), 507–508
Firdaws al-yabāb, Al- (L. Al-Juhanī), 402
Firka (Ṭ. Jaʻfar), 431
Fī sabīl al-majd (Akūḥayīdī), 416
Fī sabīl al-zawāj (M. Al-Sayyid), 249, 250
Fitnat al-ṣaḥrāʼ (Abū Khunayjar), 220
Fitnat Jidda (Al-ʻAlawī), 75, 78
Flāsh akhḍar (Maʼmūn), 424, 427, 432
Fock, H., M. de Haan, A. Lhotová, 606
Fodio, Usman Dan, 411
Fogueira, A (Carneiro), 548–549
folklore as theme in Palestinian novels, 373
folk poetry in Libya, 318
Fontaine, J., 459, 464–465
foreign labor as theme in Omani novels, 363
Forster, E. M., 23
Fortunato, Mario, 638–640, 648n5
Fortunato and Methnani’s Immigrato, 638–640
Fou de Shérazade, Le (Sebbar), 112–113
Fou d’Omar, Le (Farhoud), 581
Franco, Manuel, 671
Francophone Arab novel
in Algeria, 159–164
in Canada, 579–581
in France, 607–616
in Mauritania, 331–333
(p. 725)
in Morocco, 342, 346–347
in Tunisia, 464–468
Frankishtāyn fī Baghdād (Saʻdāwī), 78, 259
Free Officers revolution (Egypt, 1952), 195–196
Freyre, G., 545
Friendship Generation, 675 [link]
From a Crooked Rib (Farah), 412
Fūdī, ʻUthmān ibn, 411
Funérailles, Les (Būjadra), 163
Fuqahāʼ al-ẓalām (S. Barakāt), 450
Fusūq (Khāl), 404
Gaboriau, Emile, 124
Gahete, M. et al., 668
Gallery 68 (literary magazine), 208, 219, 227n4
Garib, Walter, 509, 510, 514, 515–516, 518, 591, 596, 597–599
Gastarbeiterliteratur (guest worker literature), 623–624
Geha, Joseph, 701
Gendarme en Mauritanie (Ly), 332
Generación de 92 (Morocco), 669
Generación de la Amistad Saharaui (Sahrawi Friendship Generation), 672, 675n6
Generation of 1952 (Algeria), 160–162, 606
Geständnis des Fleischhauers, Das (Al-Mozany), 630–631
Ghāba al-sirriyya, Al- (L. Ṣalāḥ), 432
Ghābat al-ḥaqq (Al-Marrāsh), 53, 439
Ghābish, Ṣāliḥa, 479
Ghāda al-dūriyya, Al- (Al-Maʻlūf), 138
Ghāda al-injilīziyya (L. Hāshim), 140
Ghāda al-mutanakkira, Al- (Ibn al-ʻAṣr), 140
Ghadan tazuruna al-khuyūl (Al-Sanūsī), 317
Ghadan yawm al-khamīs (Al-Rashīd), 401
Ghādat Bābil (Ghanīma), 251
Ghādat Umm al-Qurā (Ḥūḥū), 168n2, 397
Ghadban, Ryan, 681, 685–687
Ghaflat al-turāb (Al-Ḍaʻīf), 300
Ghāʼib (Khuḍayrī), 259
Ghalem, Nadia, 579, 580
Ghali, Waguih, 559, 560
Ghallāb, ʻAbd al-Karīm, 340–341, 349
Ghamūqāt, Ismāʻīl, 165
Ghānim, Fatḥī, 107, 196, 200n37
Ghanīma, Yūsuf Rizqallah, 249, 251
Gharāyba, Hāshim, 275
Gharnāṭ, Muḥammad, 350
Ghaymān (journal), 485
Ghazālī, Ismāʻīl, 350
Ghirnāṭa (ʻĀshūr), 69, 216, 227n14
Ghubbāsh, Muḥammad ʻUbayd, 475
Ghulūm, I. ʻA., 173–174
Ghurba, Al- (ʻAbdallah al-ʻArwī), 343
Ghūrūghū (Al-ʻUthmānī), 244n2
Giardinelli, Mempo, 517
Gibb, H. A. R., 43n11
Gibran, Kahlil. See Jibrān, Jibrān Khalīl
Girl in the Tangerine Scarf, The (Kahf), 702–703
Goic, C., 591
Good Land, A (Jarrar), 532
Gossaín, Juan, 509
Gran, P., 187
Granada Trilogy (ʻĀshūr), 60, 69
Granara, W., 60
Grande, La (Saer), 517–518, 520n17
Grande maison, La (Dib), 160
graphic novels, 226
Graphs, Maps, Trees (Moretti), 35–42
Grupo del 90 (Morocco), 669
Guèe, Faïza, 615
Guellouz, Souad, 466
guest worker literature (Gastarbeiterliteratur), 623–624
Gueye, Tène Youssouf, 331
Gungūlīz (H. Ādam), 433
Ḥabbat al-naftālīn (Mamdūḥ), 258
Habel (Dib), 163
Habib, Samar, 532–533
Ḥabībī, Imīl (Emile Habibi), 34, 82, 98, 100, 114, 373
Haddad, Christelle, 533–534
Ḥaddād, Fawwāz, 449
Haddad, Malek, 162, 607, 608
Ḥaddād, Niqūlā, 123, 125, 129, 131n10
Ḥaddath Abū Hurayra qāl (Al-Masʻadī), 81–82, 459–460
Hādhihi tukhūm mamlakatī (Al-Faqīh), 314–315
Hadhlūl, Ālāʼ, 407
(p. 726) Hadi, Aichetou, 335n3
Ḥādī al-tuyūs (Al-Zāwī), 167
Ḥadīqat al-akhbār (newspaper), 136
ḥadīth (sayings of the Prophet), 1–2, 51
Ḥadīth ʻĪsā ibn Hishām (Al-Muwayliḥī), 30, 54, 95–98, 188–189
Hadraoui, Touria, 345
Hafez, S., 57, 58, 286, 404
Ḥafīd al-nusūr (Ḥardān), 547
Ḥāfiyat al-rūḥ (Hāshimī), 464
Hafsia, Jelila, 466
Hage, G., 597
Hage, Rawi, 580, 583–584
Haïk, Farjallah, 604
Haikal, Loubna, 530–531
Ḥajar ʻalā ḥajar (Al-Sālim), 287, 289
Ḥajar al-ḍaḥik (H. Barakāt), 300–301
Haketia, 665–666
Hakim, Mohamed Ibn Azzuz, 666
Halaby, Laila, 699, 703, 704n10
Halasā, Ghālib, 267–268
Hales Dib, Jaime, 509, 511
Ḥalīfī, Shuʻayb, 350
Ḥalīm, Laṭīfa, 348
Ḥalīma (Al-Maṭwī), 458–459
Ḥalq al-Rīḥ (Al-Sanūsi), 317
Halwasāt Tarshīsh (Al-Muṣbāḥī), 461
Ḥamad, Imān, 391, 393
Hamadi, Abderrahman Budda, 672
Hamadi, Ahmed Mulay Ali, 672
Ḥamba, ʻAlī Bāsh, 455–456
Ḥamdī, Nājiya, 254
Ḥamdūshī, ʻAbd al-Ilāh, 349
Ḥamdūshī, Mīlūdī, 349
Hamham, Jilali, 615
Hamid, George, 694
Ḥamlat taftīsh fī awrāq shakhṣiyya (L. Al-Zayyāt), 209
Ḥammād, Jumʻa, 266
Ḥammādī, ʻAbdallah, 671
Ḥammādī, Muḥammad Shihāb al-Dīn, 506
Hamod, Sam, 695
Hamou, Abdelkader Hadj, 160
Hams al-junūn (Maḥfūẓ), 193, 199n29
Hams al-jusūr (Al-Maʻmarī), 364–365
Ḥamza, ʻAbd al-Qādir, 121, 123, 129
Hanania, Tony, 560, 566, 567, 569
Hand voller Sterne, Eine (Schami), 625
Hane, Khadi, 417
Ḥaqqī, Maḥmūd Ṭāhir, 190
Ḥaqqī, Yaḥyā, 67, 79, 559
Harāʼ matāha qūṭiyya (Dhikrī), 220
Ḥarb al-khashab (Haytham), 493
Ḥarb fī barr Miṣr, Al- (Al-Qaʻīd), 209
Ḥarb taḥt al-jild (A. Zayn), 494
Harchi, Kaoutar, 615
Ḥardān, Nawwāf, 547
Ḥāris al-awhām al-ramādiyya (Al-Khayyāṭ), 179
Ḥāris al-madīna al-ḍāʼiʻa (I. Naṣrallah), 272–273
harkis (Muslim soldiers siding with French), 615–616
harraga (ḥarrāqa, illegal immigrants), 346
Hartman, M., 697–698
Harvey, D., 125
Ḥasan, Rūzā Yāsīn, 450–451
Ḥasan Jabal (Zarzūr), 444, 451n4
Ḥashāʼish al-afyūn (S. Fāḍil), 329
Hāshim, Labība, 53, 138, 140, 142, 146–147
Hāshim, ʻUthmān Muḥammad, 421
Hāshim, Walīd, 180
Hāshimī, Fatḥiyya, 464
Hasnāʼ Sālūnīk (Ṣawāyā), 148
Ḥassan, Anīs Zakī, 250
Hassan, K. J., 1
Hassan, Marwan, 580
Hassan, W., 524, 559, 560–561, 562–563, 565, 644, 693, 704n3
ḥasāsiyya al-jadīda, al- (the New Sensibility), 219–220, 343
Hate Is Such a Strong Word (Ayoub), 536
Hatoum, Milton, 546, 551, 552–553
Hāʼulāʼ Al- (Ṭūbyā), 207
Ḥawādīt al-ākhar (Fakhr), 222
Hawkawati, The (Alameddine), 698
Ḥawwāʼ bilā Ādam (Lāshīn), 192
Ḥayah al-sirriyya lil-ashiyāʼ Al- (M. Khālid), 433
Ḥayāh al-thāniya li-Qusṭanṭīn Kafāfis, Al- (Ṭ. Imām), 224
Ḥayāh baʻd al-maut, Al- (Al-Baytjālī), 371
Hayām fī futūḥ al-Shām, Al- (S. Al-Bustānī), 53
(p. 727) Ḥayawānāt, Al- (Al-Nayhūm), 313
Ḥayāwī, Dalīla, 348
Ḥaydar, Ḥaydar, 447–448, 452n8, 452n9
Hayfāʼ taʻtarif lakum (Al-Qazwīnī), 287
Hayfāʼ wa Sirāj al-Layl (Al-Suwaysī), 457
Haykal, Muḥammad Ḥasanayn, 197
Haykal, Muḥammad Ḥusayn
influence on Syrian fiction, 439
reassessment of Zaynab, 190–191, 198n19
ties to France, 604
Zaynab, 7, 22, 31, 55
Haytham, Hind, 493
Ḥayth takmun al-alwān (Al-Bārī), 429
Ḥayy al-Sābiʻ Al- (N. Ṣabrī), 211
Ḥayy ibn Yaqẓān (Ibn Ṭufayl), 3, 21, 52
Hazo, Samuel, 695
Ḥazz al-qayd (Al-ʻUraymī), 366
Hazz al-quḥūf bisharḥ qaṣīd Abī Shadūf (Al-Shirbīnī), 82
Henein, Georges, 617n14
Ḥidād, Al- (Al-Qaʻīd), 209
Hijra ilā madār al-ḥamal, Al- (Al-Maghribī), 320
Ḥikāya sawdāʼ (Al-Nāṣirī), 364
Ḥikāya tūnisiyya (Al-Muṣbāḥī), 461
Ḥikāyāt al-muʼassasa (Al-Ghīṭānī), 77
Ḥikāyāt al-nawras al-muhājir (Ḥaydar), 447
Ḥikāyāt lil-amīr ḥattā yanām (Y. ʻAbdallah), 208
Hikāyat Zahra (Ḥ Al-Shaykh), 299
Ḥikāyātunā bi-nakkhat al-qahwa (Ḥ. Ṣāliḥ), 243–244
Hilāl, Al- (magazine), 30, 137, 189
Hīlyūbūlīs (Al-Tilmisānī), 221, 582
Ḥimār bayn al-aghānī (Al-Ahdal), 492
Ḥimmīsh, Binsālim (Bensālim), 59, 60–61, 69, 348–349
hip-hop in Swedish blatte novels, 682–683
Ḥiqd al-dafīn, Al- (Al-Qāsimī), 477
Hīrāt, Al- (ʻA. Khalīfa), 175–176
Ḥirmān, Al- (Al-Saddānī), 283
Ḥiṣān al-ʻaraba (ʻAbduh), 487
Ḥiṣār, Al- (F. Rashīd), 177
Hishām (Al-Dhahabī), 449
historical novel, 56–61. See also Maḥfūẓ, Najīb; Zaydān, Jurjī
early works, 57–58
origins of subgenre, 56–57
post-World War II to present, 58–61, 69–71
historical novels, Arabic
in Bahrain, 176, 177–178
in Iraq, 258
in Jordan, 275–276
in Kuwait, 290
in Lebanon, 301–303
in Mauritania, 328–329
in Morocco, 348–349
in Oman, 359–361
in Qatar, 389–391
in Sudan, 430–431
in Syria, 448–449
in Yemen, 489
historical novels, mahjar
in Argentina, 506
in Brazil, 547
in France, 611
in Germany, 628–629
Hiya taʼtī (Mālallah), 387–388
Hmoudane, Mohamed, 346–347
Hoezo bloedmooi (Sahar), 656
Holt, E., 15n3, 168
Homesick (Hanania), 567
Homme rompu, L’ (Ben Jelloun), 346
homosexuality as theme in Arabic novels, 179, 213, 248, 347, 403–405, 495
homosexuality as theme in mahjar novels, 532–533, 626
Houaiss, Antônio, 546
Houari, Leila, 347
Hourani, Albert, 56, 544
Hout, S., 524, 567, 697–698
Ḥubbak darbānī (Al-B. Khurayyif), 460
Ḥubb al-muḥarram, Al- (Sakākīnī), 442
Ḥubb fī al-manfā, Al- (Ṭāhir), 217–218
Ḥubb fī al-Saʻūdiyya (I. Bādī), 404
Ḥubbī al-awwal (S. Khalīfa), 376
Ḥubb lays illā (Al-Kawkabānī), 493
Hudā, Al- (newspaper; New York), 149
Hudūʼ al-qatala (Ṭ. Imām), 224
Ḥūḥū, Aḥmad Riḍā, 159, 168n2, 397
Ḥukm al-aswad fī al-ʻIrāq, Al- (Farmān), 255
Hūla, Al- (Al-Buqaylī), 81
Ḥulm kazurqat al-baḥr (U. Sālim), 477–478
(p. 728) Ḥunaybir, Muḥammad, 488
Hunters in a Narrow Street (Jabrā), 377, 559
Ḥurma (Al-Muqrī), 494–495
Hurreiz, S., 425–426
Ḥusayn, Ṭāha
Adīb, 193
Al-Ayyām, 55, 114, 191, 199n22
Al-Qaṣr al-masḥūr, 106
on Arab modernity, 21–22, 34–35
influence on other authors, 239
initiates state-sponsored translation, 131n6
ties to France, 604
Ḥusn al-ʻawāqib aw ghādat al-Zāhira (Fawwāz), 145–146
Ḥūt al-aʻmā, Al- (M. Ḥamdūshī and ʻA. Ḥamdūshī), 349
I, the Divine: A Novel in First Chapters (Alameddine), 697–698
Ibn al-Fāriḍ, ʻUmar, 71
Ibn al-nisr: Al-suqūṭ (ʻAbd al-Fattāḥ), 491
Ibn ʻArabī, 207
Ibnat Sūslūf (Al-Surūrī), 492
Ibn ʻAzzūz (Muḥammad al-Idrīsī Al-Tūnisī), 92–93
Ibn Baṭṭūṭa, 35, 79, 198n9, 497
Ibn Iyās, 206
Ibn Julayr, 198n9
Ibn Qutayba, 89–90
Ibn Ṭufayl, 21, 52
Ibrāhīm, ʻAbdallah Ḥilmī, 250, 261n5
Ibrāhīm, Ḥāfiẓ, 20, 30, 43n9, 97, 198n10
Ibrāhīm, Ibrāhīm Bashīr, 423–424
Ibrāhīm, Jamāl Muḥammad, 426
Ibrāhīm, Jamīl ʻAṭiyya, 208–209
Ibrāhīm, M. al-A. w. M., 333
Ibrāhīm, Ṣunʻallah, 210
Ibrāhīm al-kātib (Al-Māzinī), 192–193
Idéologie arabe contemporaine, L’ (A. Laroui), 341
Idfaʻ bil-latī hiya aḥsan (Al-Kānuwī), 415
Idrīs, Suhayl, 297, 443, 451n3
Idrīs, Yūsuf, 196, 200n37, 208
ʻIdwān, Ṭāhir, 270
Ifzārin, Aḥmad, 349
Ihbiṭū Miṣr (al-ʻImārī), 211
Iḥdāthiyyāt zaman al-ʻuzla (I. Ismāʻīl), 284
Iʻjām (S. Anṭūn), 257
Ikan, Khadija, 352
Iken, Ali, 351
Ikhwān al-ṣafā, 21
Ilā Karākās bilā ʻawda (Dīriya), 413
ʻIlka, Al- (Būshnāf), 321
Îlot de peine dans un océan de sable (Amar), 332
Imache, Tassadit, 606, 613
Imaginary Life, An (Malouf), 526
Imām, Nājī Muḥammad, 334
Imām, Ṭāriq, 224
Im Grenzland (Fatah), 632–633
Īmīlya (ʻAssāf), 506
Immigrato (Fortunato and Methnani), 638–640
Impatients, Les (Djébar), 162
imprisonment as theme, 177, 212, 256–257, 269, 464, 467
Imraʼa mā (Al-Badrī), 216
Imraʼa wa rajul (F. Rashīd), 178
Imraʼat al-fuṣūl al-khamsa (Al-Aṭrash), 276–277
Imraʼat al-risāla (Bakriyya), 373
Incendie, L’ (Dib), 160–161
ʻIndamā tashīkh al-dhiʼāb (J. Nājī), 274
ʻIndamā tastayqiẓ al-ashjān (ʻA. Rāshid), 476
independence war, Algeria, 158, 160–164, 165
independence war, Algeria, as theme in mahjar novels, 580, 607–608, 615–616
independence war, Eritrea, 239–240
Injamīnā madīna likull al-nās (Ā. Mūsā), 413
Injāy, Abū Bakr (Aboubacar Ndiaye), 417
Injīl Ādam (ʻAlāʼ al-Dīn), 225
Innahā tumṭir fī abrīl (Al-Muẓaffar), 363
Innahu al-baḥr (Bāʻāmir), 491
Innahu jasadī (Al-Zubayr), 492
Innī rāḥila (Y. Al-Sibāʻī), 196
innovation and modernism in Saudi novel, 399–400
Insān al-bāhit, Al- (Al-Ibrāhīm), 290
intellectual and novel of commitment. See also “committed” literature (iltizām)
in Egypt, 196
in Iraq, 252–255
intellectual and society in Qatar, 387–389
(p. 729) intellectual discrimination against Beur writers, 614
intellectuals (muthaqqafīn), 30–31
intellectuals, Egyptian, 2–3, 62n10, 191–193
Internet, effect of on genre, 392, 403, 407. See also online publishing; technology’s effects on genre
Internet meetings as theme, 479
Internet use by mahjar writers, 643–644
In the Country of Men (Matar), 322, 567–568
In the Eye of the Sun (Soueif), 562
In the Hour of Signs (Mahjoub), 434, 566–567
Intifada as theme, 372, 375–376
Intiqām al-ṭabʻī, Al- (Al-Jawharī), 397, 407n2
ʻĪqāẓ (journal), 248
Iraqi German writers, 629–633
Iraq-Kuwait war (1990–1991), 284–285
Irtiṭām lam yusmaʻ lahu dawiyy (Al-ʻĪsā), 289
Iselmu, A. S., et al., 672
Isḥāq, Adīb, 141
Isḥāq, Ibrāhīm (Sudanese), 423, 430
Isḥāq, Ibrāhīm (Yemeni), 491
Iskandariyya fī ghayma, Al- (ʻAbd al-Majīd), 218
Islām, Ṭayyiba bint, 335n3
Islamic fiction, 416–417, 435n2. See also Muslim immigrant fiction
Islamist politics
in Algeria, 159, 163, 166–167
in Egypt, 218–219
in Yemen, 485–486
Islamophobia and anti-Arab racism in USA, 699, 702–703
Islamophobia as theme in Arabic novels, 490
Islamophobia as theme in mahjar novels, 702–703
Ismāʻīl, Abkar Ādam, 425
Ismāʻīl, Ismāʻīl Fahd, 10, 283–284
Istifān, Nasīb, 506
Istikhdām al-ḥayāh (A. Najī), 226, 227n27
Istītū, ʻAbd al-Wāḥid, 350
Italian-Arab political and cultural relationships, 637–638, 647n1
Īthākā (Musʻad), 213
Iʻtirāf, Al- (Abū al-Rīsh), 476
Iʻtirāfāt insān (Siyāla), 313
Iʻtirāfāt kātim ṣawt (Al-Razzāz), 271
ʻIṭr al-faransī, Al- (Tāj al-Sirr), 424, 431
Ittiḥād al-Udabāʼ wa-l-kuttāb al-Mūrītānīyīn (Mauritanian Writers’ Union), 327
ʻIwāʼ al-dhākira (Bakriyya), 373
Iyil d wefru (Zenia), 168
ʻIzz al-Dīn, Y., 248
Jabal al-ṣaghīr, Al- (I. Khūrī), 298–299
Jābir, Ḥajjī, 241, 242
Jābir, Rabīʻ 301, 304–306, 307n7
Jabrā, Ibrāhīm Jabrā, 114, 269–270, 377–378, 559, 560
Jacinthe noire (Amrouche), 162
Jacob, Bárbara, 509–510, 514–515
Jad, A., 43n10
Jadhwa (M. ʻAbd al-Malik), 175
Jaʻfar, Ṭāha, 431
Jaggi, M., 557, 570n1, 570n2
Jāhiliyya (Al-Juhanī), 405
Jalāl, Muḥammad ʻUthmān, 187
Jalāl Khālid (M. Al-Sayyid), 57, 249, 252–253, 261n4
Jalīd, Al- (Ṣ. Ibrāhīm), 210
Jamāʻat al-madrasa al-ḥadītha (New School Group), 54–55, 191
Jamāʻat taḥt al-sūr (literary club), 456, 459
Jamāl, Ṣalāḥ, 671
Jamʻiyya al-Thaqāfiyya al-Jāḥiẓiyya, Al- (Al-Jāḥiẓ Cultural Association), 165
Jamʻiyyat Qudamāʻ al-Ṣādiqiyya (Sadiqiyya Alumni Association), 455
Jaquemond, R., 209–210
Jārāt Abī Mūsā (Al-Tawfīq), 75–76, 349
Jardin à la Marsa, Un (Oumhani), 466
Jardins de cristal, Les (Ghalem), 580
Jarīdī, S., 401
Jarīdīnī, Adāl (Adele) Yaʻqūb, 148–149
Jarīma, Al- (K. Muṣṭafa), 316
Jarīma Walākin! (Injāy), 417
Jarrar, Nada Awar, 532–533
Jarrar, Randa, 698
Jāsim, ʻAzīz al-Sayyid, 80, 256
Jawād (Maqqār), 213
Jawdat, Ṣāliḥ, 124
Jawla bayn ḥānāt al-Baḥr al-Abyaḍ (Al-Dūʻājī), 457–458
Jaydane, Driss, 347
Jayyusi, S. K., 371, 397
Jāzim, Muḥammad ʻAbd al-Wakīl, 491
(p. 730) Jāziya wa-l-darāwīsh, Al- (Bin Hadūqa), 165
Jedidi, Said, 668, 669, 671
Jerusalem in mahjar novels, 594
Je t'offrirai une gazelle (M. Haddad), 162
Jewish immigrants portrayed, 512–513
Jewish writers in Tunisia, 464–465
Jews as theme in Yemeni novels, 495
Jibrān, Jibrān Khalīl (Kahlil Gibran)
Arabic works of, 20, 43n11, 296–297
as Arab immigrant writer, 546
difficulty in categorizing, 11
English works of, 704n2
established the Pen League, 693
influence of on other authors, 250, 439
Jibrān, Nāṣir, 479
“Jihab” (Lamrabet), 656, 662n5
Jinān, Al- (journal), 53, 121, 135–137
Jirāḥ al-sinīn (S. Al-Saʻdī), 360–361
Jīrān, ʻAbd al-Raḥīm, 350
Johnno (Malouf), 524–526
Jo també sóc catalana (El Hachmi), 674
Journal 195562 (Feraoun), 161
journalism. See also newspapers
documenting Islamic violence in Algeria, 164
intensifying intellectual activity in Qatar, 384
wall newspapers in Emirates, 474
journals. See also newspapers; periodical press and translated novels; serialized publications
and development of Moroccan national literature, 340, 343
prepared ground for novel in Emirates, 474
and serialized publication in Libya, 318
Jūʻ (Al-Bisāṭī), 208, 227n3
Jūʻ al-jafāf (Dīriya), 413
Jubayr, ʻAbdu, 218
Judrān al-qāsiya, Al- (M. ʻUmar), 432
Jumʻa, Muḥammad Luṭfī, 98, 129
Jumʻa al-Qafārī: Yawmiyyāt nakira (Al-Razzāz), 271–272
Jundub al-ḥadīdī, Al- (S. Barakāt), 449–450
June War of 1967
change in fiction themes following, 205–206
connection to Arab heritage following, 695
crisis of ideology following, 423
disparity of reporting on, 446
effects on Arab culture, 50, 55–56, 58–59
immigration of Palestinians to Latin America following, 502
maturity of Jordanian novel following, 266–270
reconnection of Palestinians following, 372–373
search for identity following, 185–186, 198n19
self-criticism after defeat, 447, 451n5
“Jungle and Desert School” (madrasat al-ghāba wa-l-ṣaḥrāʼ), 425–426
Junūn al-yaʼs (Āl Saʻīd), 368
Jurūḥ ʻalā jidār al-zaman (ʻA. Rāshid), 476
Juuf, Mamadou Jara, 417
juvenile and young adult fiction, 534–535, 625, 655, 673
Kaʼannahā nāʼima (I. Khūrī),