‘A Fiction to Mock the Cuckold’1: Reinvigorating the Cliché Figure of the Cuckold in Abdulrazak Gurnah’s By the Sea (2001) and Gravel Heart (2017)

@inproceedings{Bosman2021AFT,
  title={‘A Fiction to Mock the Cuckold’1: Reinvigorating the Clich{\'e} Figure of the Cuckold in Abdulrazak Gurnah’s By the Sea (2001) and Gravel Heart (2017)},
  author={Sean James Bosman},
  year={2021}
}
1 Citations

East and Central Africa

  • G. Musila
  • History
    The Journal of Commonwealth Literature
  • 2020

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