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eBook Hisland: Adventures in Ac-Ac-ademe (SUNY series, The Margins of Literature) ePub

by Fedwa Malti-Douglas

  • ISBN: 0791436047
  • Category: Humor
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Fedwa Malti-Douglas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SUNY Press (January 20, 1999)
  • Pages: 186
  • ePub book: 1872 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1779 kb
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Malti-Douglas, Fedwa. Publication, Distribution, et. Albany, . State University of New York Press, (c)1998. Download book Hisland : adventures in ac-ac-ademe, Fedwa Malti-Douglas online for free.

Malti-Douglas, Fedwa. Physical Description: viii, 186 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Title: SUNY series, the margins of literature. Rubrics: Women educators Fiction College stories Education, Higher Cats.

Hisland : Adventures in Ac-Ac-Ademe. by Fedwa Malti-Douglas. An entertainingly satirical vision of today's academy, in which a woman academic lands, with her cat, in a university, largely populated by males. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780791436035. Release Date: December 1997.

Hisland takes place in a fictional universe-the Islands of Ac-Ac, whose pride and joy is the educational institution of Ac-Ac U. Into this traditionally male world fall the narrator and her feline companion

Hisland takes place in a fictional universe-the Islands of Ac-Ac, whose pride and joy is the educational institution of Ac-Ac U. Into this traditionally male world fall the narrator and her feline companion. Their attempted integration into this dystopian world leads the reader on a self-conscious and role-questioning journey.

Fedwa Malti-Douglas (born 1946) is a Lebanese-American professor and writer. She is currently a professor emeritus at Indiana University Bloomington. Malti-Douglas has written several books, including The Star Report Disrobed (2000)

Fedwa Malti-Douglas (born 1946) is a Lebanese-American professor and writer. Malti-Douglas has written several books, including The Star Report Disrobed (2000). She received a National Humanities Medal in 2015. Malti-Douglas grew up in Deir el-Qamar, where her father was a physician. Her primary education took place at French Catholic boarding schools and at age 12, she emigrated to the United States.

Hisland: Adventures in Ac-Ac-Ademe (S U N Y Series, Margins of Literature). Hisland (SUNY Press, 1998) is a satirical novel of the academy. 0791436039 (ISBN13: 9780791436035).

Malti-Douglas, F. (1998) Hisland: Adventures in Ac-ac-ademe, Albany, NY: SUNY Press. National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and Institute of Medicine (1997) Adviser, teacher, role model, friend: On being a mentor to students in science and engineering, Washington, DC: National Academy Press. e. (1996) Sexual harassment on college campuses: Abusing the ivory power, Albany, NY: SUNY Press. Phelan, J. (1991) Beyond the tenure track: 15 months in the life of an English professor, Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.

The effect is to hold before us two radically different pictures of human nature and society.

The boys are delighted with the prospect of some real fun before the adults come to fetch them. With innocent enthusiasm they recall the storybook romances they have read and now expect to enjoy in reality. The effect is to hold before us two radically different pictures of human nature and society. Ballantyne, no less than Golding, is a fabulist who asks us to believe that the evolution of affairs on his coral island models or reflects the adult world, a world in which men are unfailingly reasonable, cooperative, loving and lovable.

Fedwa Malti-Douglas is Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at. .Hisland: Adventures in Ac-Ac-ademe.

Fedwa Malti-Douglas is Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at the University of Texas, Austin. Her books include Structures of Avarice: The Bukhala' in Medieval Arabic Literature (Leiden) and Blindness and Autobiography: Al-Ayyam of Taha Husayn (Princeton). Originally published in 1991. Hisland takes place in a fictional universe-the Islands of Ac-Ac, whose pride and joy is the educational institution of Ac-Ac U. Smith, P. (1990) Killing the spirit: Higher education in America, New York: Viking. 1988) Profscam: Professors and the demise of higher education, Washington, DC: Regenry Gateway.

An entertainingly satirical vision of today's academy, in which a woman academic lands, with her cat, in a university, largely populated by males.