A Book Review of Salah Stétié. Fils de la parole: Un poète d’Islam en Occident. Interview with GwendolineJarczyk. Paris. (Albin Michel). 2004. 263 pages. C19.50. ISBN 2-226-15192-3

Jamal En-nehas

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alah Stétié’s Fils de la parole: Un poète d’Islam en Occident (Son of the Word: A Poet of Islam in the West) is a transcription of Gwendoline Jarczyk’s interview with the author on several topics ranging from the professional and aca- demic to the personal. Stétié uses his position as a self-exiled Arab writer in the West and draws on his lifelong experience in journalism, teaching, and diplomacy to comment on the relationship between the East and the West and on his role as cultural mediator.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jass.vol1iss1pp14-15

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