Fall Reading List 2010

[1] Aijaz Ahmad’s, In Theory. [2] The Origins of Islamic Law by Yasin Dutton. [3] Shibli Numani’s, Umar; [4] Nizar Rabbani’s, Arabian Love Poems; [5] The Need For A Sacred Science by Seyyed Hossein Nasr; [6] Salman Rushdie’s, Satanic Verses; [7] Creating East and West, by Nancy Bisaha; [8] Islam and Ecology: A Bestowed Trust edited by Richard C. Foltz, Frederick M. Denny, and Azizan Baharuddin; [9] Original Islam, by Yasin Dutton; [10] Seyyed Hossein Nasr’s, Islam and the Plight of Modern Man; [11] Muhammad Messenger of Allah [ash-Shifa of Qadi ‘Iyad] trans. Aisha Abdarrahman Bewley; [12] Muslim Narratives and the Discourse of English by Amin Malak;  [13] Islam and Early Modern English Literature: The Politics of Romance From Spenser to Milton by Benedict S. Robinson; [14] Gary Rivlin’s Broke; [15] Vladimir Nabokov’s The Annotated Lolita; [16] The Lover by Marguerite Duras; [17] The Tin Drum by Gunter Grass; [18] Marguerite Duras’s The Lover; [19] W. G. Sebald’s The Emigrants; [20] Tea in the Harem by Mehdi Charef; [21] My Brother by Jamaica Kincaid; [22] A Distant Star by Roberto Bolano; [23] Javier Marias’ Tomorrow in the Battle Think on Me; [24] Herta Muller’s The Appointment; and [25] Jose Saramago’s Death with Interruptions.

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