DOI:​10.1080/2040610X.2019.1623501
Corpus ID: 195409070
Comedic resilience: Arab women’s diaries of national struggles and dissident humour
Hiyem Cheurfa
Published 2019
Sociology

Comedy Studies
Abstract This article explores the potential strategic functions of humour in diaries that record national struggles by contemporary Arab women, namely Palestinian author Suad Amiry's Sharon and my… Expand
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