4 edition of Immigration and identity in Beur fiction found in the catalog.
Immigration and identity in Beur fiction
Alec G Hargreaves
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-193) and index
|Statement||Alec G. Hargreaves|
|Series||Berg French studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
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In the Making: Beur Fiction and Identity Construction By NADA ELIA "Beur" is the label used to refer to the children of North African (Maghrebi) immigrants to France, previously known as "second-generation immigrants." They are not immigrants in the tradi-tional sense of the word, for the Beur generation consists of children born into involuntary minority.
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Voices from the North African immigrant community in France: immigration and identity in Beur fiction. [Alec G Hargreaves]. Writerly Identities in Beur Fiction and Beyond explores the Beur/banlieue literary and cultural field from its beginnings in the s to the present.
It examines a set of postcolonial Bildungsroman novels by Azouz Begag, Farida Belghoul, Leila Sebbar, Said Mohamed, Rachid Djaidani, and Mohamed Razane.
In these novels, the central characters are authors who struggle to find self-identity and a. Hargreaves, Immigration and Identity in Beur Fiction, p.
Verlan is now a popular form of slang and is used within the wider French population. 4 Hargreaves, Immigration and Identity in Beur Fiction, p. 5 Laura Reeck, Writerly Identities in Beur Fiction and Beyond (Lanham: Lexington Books, ), p.
See, for instance, the interview with Ferida Belghoul in Alec Hargreaves, Voices from the North American Community in France: Immigration and Identity in Beur Fiction (Providence, R.I.: Berg Publishers, ), p.
Beur (or alternatively, Rebeu) is a colloquial term, sometimes considered pejorative, in French to designate European-born people whose parents or grandparents are immigrants from the Maghreb. The equivalent term for a female beur is a term rebeu is neither applicable to females nor does it have a female version.
The word beur was coined using verlan for the word arabe, which. Reimagining North African Immigration characters in traditional beur literature. The book also explores the development of Abdellatif Kechiche's cinema, Djaidani's film and fiction, French perception of Maghrebi-French youth, postmemorial immigration, fiction, and postmemory and identity.
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Though mostly fiction, the following literary works offer up a valuable, varied glimpse into what life is like in America for immigrants and their families. Many of them emphasize familiar themes regarding balances between old and new, allegiances to family and the unique hardships faced once settled.
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Immigration et identité. L'Harmattan ; Laura Reeck: Writerly Identities in Beur Fiction and Beyond. Lexington Books ; External links. Immigration and Identity in Beur Fiction: Voices from the Immigrant Community, New York and Oxford: Berg,p Hargreaves notes that the emergence of Radio Beur in marked the first recorded usage of the word, and that it emerged as the chosen term for self-description in the s among younger members of the North African immigrant.
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