|aEdward Said and the literary, social, and political world /|cedited by Ranjan Ghosh.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2009.
|axxiv, 214 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aRoutledge studies in social and political thought ;|v63
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|a'A roomy place full of possibility': Said's orientalism and the literary / Nicholas Harrison -- Edward Said and Roland Barthes: criticism versus essayism. Or, roads and meetings missed / Andy Stafford -- Derrida and Said: ships that pass in the night / Caroline Rooney -- Said... Bloom... Vico / Graham Allen -- The materiality and ideality of text: Said and Ricoeur / Karl Simms -- 'The southern question' and Said's geographical critical consciousness / Shaobo Xie -- Fellow travellers and Homeless souls: Said's critical Marxism / Ross Abbinnett -- Edward Said and the interplay of music, history and ideology / Derek B. Scott -- Edward Said and (the postcolonial occlusion of) gender / Elleke Boehmer -- Reading orientalism in Istanbul: Edward Said and Orhan Pamuk / Kate Teltscher -- On late style: Edward Said's humanism / Pal Ahluwalia -- Autobiography and exile: Edward Said's Out of Place / Linda Anderson -- Edward Said, American international policy and the war on terror / Taieb Belghazi -- Representations of the intellectual: the historian as 'outsider' / Ranjan Ghosh.