Memories of Home: Reading the Bedouin in Arab American Literature

@inproceedings{Wardi2008MemoriesOH,
  title={Memories of Home: Reading the Bedouin in Arab American Literature},
  author={Anissa Janine Wardi and Katherine Wardi-Zonna},
  year={2008}
}
In an urban neighborhood with a large Jewish population near my home, there is an Arabic restaurant. Name, menu and ownership mark its ethnic identification, yet its politics are otherwise obscured. An American flag, permanently placed in the restaurant's window since 9/11, greets American customers with a message of reconciliation. I am one of you, it says: come; eat; you are welcome here. In a climate where "Arabs, Arab-Americans and people with Middle Eastern features, everywhere are… CONTINUE READING

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