DOI:10.5617/JAIS.4641
Corpus ID: 55114738
Contemporary Emirati Literature: Its Historical Development and Forms
O. I. Tijani
Published 2017
Sociology

Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies
This article provides a general survey of Emirati literature—poetry, drama, the short story and novel—tracing the history of the development of these genres in the periods before and after the… Expand
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