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Index

Index

Abu Abbas 2

Achilles 29

Adorno, T. W. 18, 27, 33–5, 41–7

Philosophy of New Music 33

Minima Moralia 45

‘Late Style in Beethoven’ 44

Aeschylus 133

Ahmad, Aijaz 132–5

Althusser, Louis 47, 59

Annan, Kofi 1

Antonius, George 121

Arnold, Matthew 98, 108, 130

Culture and Anarchy 95, 108

Asad, Talal 137

Auerbach, Erich 18, 20, 21–3, 111, 112, 130, 133

Mimesis 21

Austen, Jane

Mansfield Park 115–17, 121

authority/molestation 61–3, 74–5, 84, 87, 98, 101, 115

autodidacticism 23–6

Balfour, Arthur James 80–1

Balfour Declaration 80

Barenboim, Daniel 46

Barthes, Roland 47

Bataille, Georges 96

Batatu, Hanna 137

Beckett, Samuel 41, 54

Beethoven, Ludwig van 44–5

Begin, Menachem 2

Benda, Julien 96, 97, 100

Berg, Alban 34, 41

Berlin Conference 115

Bernstein, Richard 1–2

Bhabha, Homi 132, 137

Bloch, Ernst 130

Bollinger, Lee C. 1

Bopp, Franz 79

Bové, Paul A. 48, 122, 127–9

Brennan, Timothy 57

Brinkley, Alan 1

Bronte, Charlotte 113

Jane Eyre 113

Burkhardt, Jakob 136

Burton, Richard 76, 79

Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to al-Madinah and Meccah 79

Cairo 4

Camus, Albert 18

Cassirer, Ernst 23

Cervantes, Miguel de 29

Don Quixote 29, 64

Césaire, Aimé 122, 124

Cahier d'un retour au pays natal 122

Chateaubriand, Vicomte de 78

Itinéraire de Paris à Jérusalem, et de Jérusalem à Paris 78

Chisholm, George 112

Chomsky, Noam 128, 137

Clifford, James 124–7, 130, 132

Cobbett, William 116

Rural Rides 116

Cockburn, Alexander 1

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 23, 60

‘To William Wordsworth’ 60

Commentary 2

Conrad, Joseph 2, 7–8, 14, 56, 61, 66, 95, 113, 114, 117, 127

‘Amy Foster’ 7

A Personal Record 17

Heart of Darkness 16, 109–11

Lord Jim 18

Nostromo 18, 117

The Secret Agent 18

‘The Secret Sharer’ 66

consciousness 14, 16–20

contrapuntal criticism 111–12, 113

critical consciousness 96, 100–2, 107

Croce, Benedetto 23, 36

Cromer, Evelyn Baring, Lord 80, 81–2

Modern Egypt 82

‘The Government of Subject Races’ 83–4

Crosby, Alfred 118

Ecological Imperialism 118

culture 39–40, 98–9, 107–9

Curtius, Ernst Robert 20, 111

Deane, Seamus 7, 119

Celtic Revivals 119

Defoe, Daniel

Robinson Crusoe 113

Deleuze, Gilles 47, 59

de Man, Paul 48, 112

Derrida, Jacques 47, 59, 96, 104, 127, 131

Descartes, René 14, 25

Description de l’Egypte 77–9

Diacritics 5, 57, 59

Dickens, Charles 62–6

David Copperfield 113

Dombey and Son 113

Great Expectations 62, 64, 67, 113

Martin Chuzzlewit 66

discourse 51–4, 70–1

Disraeli, Benjamin 113

Tancred 113

Dreyfus Affair 89, 97

elaboration 42

Eliot, George 88–9

Daniel Deronda 88–9, 113

Middlemarch 64, 88

Eliot, T. S. 20

‘Tradition and the Individual Talent’ 20

Euripides 56

exile 21–3

exteriority 53, 75–6

Fanon, Frantz 18, 27, 33, 58, 118, 120–2

The Wretched of the Earth 118, 121

feminism 135–6

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb 79

Field Day Theatre Company 118

Fielding, Henry

Tom Jones 67

filation/affiliation 40, 60, 100–1, 104

Flaubert, Gustave 76, 78

Salammbô 79

Forster, E. M. 113, 117

Howards End 117

Foucault, Michel 18, 33, 38, 47, 48–55, 59, 61, 72, 76, 96, 103, 104–7, 108, 125, 127, 131, 132, 133

Discipline and Punish 49, 71, 104

History of Madness 48, 71

The Birth of the Clinic 48, 71

The History of Sexuality 49, 104

The Order of Things 48, 105

Frankenberg, Ruth 135

Frankfurt School 41

Freud, Sigmund 64, 96

Friel, Brian 118

functionalism 102–3, 106

Gadamer, Hans-Georg 14

Geneva School 14–15, 16, 96

geography 42, 111–12, 115

Gibb, H. A. R. 131

Gilbert, Sandra 137

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 21, 84

Westöstlicher Diwan 84

Goldmann, Lucien 27, 33

The Hidden God 33

Gould, Glenn 42–3

Gramsci, Antonio 27, 35–40, 42, 71, 72, 76, 102, 109, 112

‘On Some Aspects of the Southern Question’ 112

Selections from the Prison Notebooks 35

Grimm, Jakob 79

Habash, George 2

Haggard, H. Rider 113

Hall, Stuart 4

Hardy, Thomas 44, 114

Jude the Obscure 44

Ha'aretz 46

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 28, 36, 50, 84, 94, 136

hegemony 35–40, 71–2, 75

Heidegger, Martin 14

d’Herbelot, Barthélemy 77

Bibliothèque Orientale 77

Herder, Johann Gottfried 20, 79, 111

Herzl, Theodor 89–90

historicism 23–6, 129

Homer 133

Hopkins, Gerard Manley 24

Horkheimer, Max 41

Hugo of St Victor 22–3

Hussein, Abdirahman 16

Husserl, Edmund 14, 96

imperialism 90, 109–11

Institut für Sozialforschung 41

intellectuals 36, 45–7, 96–8, 102

organic intellectuals 36

traditional intellectuals 36

intention/intentionality 14, 58–9

Irgun Zvai Leumi 2

James, C. L. R. 18, 27, 121

James, Henry 64, 114

The Portrait of a Lady 65

Jameson, Fredric 48, 137

JanMohamed, Abdul 137

Jerusalem 4

Jewish National Fund 92–4

Jones, William 79

Kant, Immanuel 28, 36

Khomeini, Ruhollah (Ayatollah) 2

Kierkegaard, Søren 28, 36, 63, 64

Kingsley, Charles 113

Westward Ho! 113

Kipling, Rudyard 113, 114

Kissinger, Henry 133

Klinghoffer, Leon 2

Lacan, Jacques 47

Lamartine, Alphonse de 78

Voyage en Orient 78

Lane, Edward 76, 79

Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians 79

late style 35, 44–7

Law of Return 92, 93

Lawrence, T. E. 17, 67

LEHI (Lohamei Herut Israel) 2

Leibniz, Gottfried 25

Leiris, Michel 124

‘L’ethnographe devant le colonialisme’ 124

Lévi-Strauss, Claude 47, 59, 96

Levy, Sylvain 125

Lewis, Bernard 123–4, 136

Lewis, Raina 135

liberation 120–2

Loewenthal, Leo 41

Lukács, Georg 12, 27, 28–35, 41, 45, 96, 103

History and Class Consciousness 28, 29, 30, 34

Theory of the Novel 28, 29

Macaulay, Thomas 99

‘Minute on Indian Education’ 99

Mackinder, Halford 112

Mani, Lata 135

Marcuse, Herbert 41

Marx, Karl 29, 32, 63, 64, 75, 84–5, 88, 96, 126, 131, 136

The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte 75

Marxism 26–8, 47, 104

Massignon, Louis 125, 131

Mauss, Marcel 125

memoir 6–7

Merleau-Ponty, Maurice 14

Michelet, Jules 23

Mill, J. S. 88, 117

Principles of Political Economy 117

Miller, J. Hillis 48, 59, 60

Miller, Joan 135

Mount Hermon 4

Nairn, Tom 9

Napoleon Bonaparte 77–9

narrative 86, 94–5, 113–17

nationalism 118–22

nativism 120

negritude 120

Nerval, Gérard de 76

New Criticism 15

Nietzsche, Friedrich 38, 49, 50, 55, 96, 125, 134, 136

novel, the 62–8, 113–17

O’Brien, Conor Cruise 119

‘Passion and Cunning: An Essay on the Politics of W. B. Yeats’ 119

Orient, the 69–70

Orientalism 58, 65–85, 108, 109

Orwell, George 56, 113

Oslo Process 35, 47, 95

Palestine/Palestinians 4–5, 35

Palestine National Council 2

Pascal, Blaise 33

performance 42–3, 59–60

phenomenology 14–20, 38, 55

philology 20–6, 55, 79–80, 109, 111–12, 126

Pipes, Daniel 136–7

Platt, D. C. M. 114

Plumb, J. H. 2

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (P.F.L.P.) 2

poststructuralism 47–55

Poulet, Georges 14

Proust, Marcel 67

Racine, Jean 33

Rea, Stephen 118

Reaganism 97

reification 30–5, 41

Reith Lectures 45

Renan, Ernest 79, 95

Système comparé et histoire générale des langues sémitiques 79

representation 75–6, 133–4

Rilke, Rainer Maria 11

Rushdie, Salman 2

Sacy, Sylvestre de 78

Saddam Hussein 2

Said, Edward, background 4–12

‘Adorno as Lateness Itself’ 44–7

After the Last Sky 56

Beginnings: Intention and Method 5, 7, 19, 29, 32, 49, 56, 57–68, 73, 74, 75, 76, 84, 86, 87, 94, 98, 101, 126

‘Between Worlds’ 7–8

Blaming the Victims 56

Covering Islam 85

‘Criticism Between Culture and System’ 104–7, 131

Culture and Imperialism 2, 7, 56, 57, 107–22

Freud and the Non-European 44, 56, 107

From Oslo to Iraq and the Road Map 56

Humanism and Democratic Criticism 107

‘Jane Austen and Empire’ 113, 115–17

Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography 1, 7, 15–19, 57

Musical Elaborations 41, 43, 56

On Late Style 44, 56

‘On Lost Causes’ 44

‘Opponents, Audiences, Constituencies, Community’ 38

Orientalism 2, 32, 36, 48, 49, 56, 57, 68–85, 87, 92, 96, 105, 127, 128, 130

‘Orientalism Reconsidered’ 129, 136–8

Out of Place 3, 6–12

Peace and its Discontents 56

‘Performance as an Extreme Occasion’ 42–3

‘Permission to Narrate’ 94–5

‘Reflections on American “Left” Literary Criticism’ 38

‘Roads Taken and Not Taken in Contemporary Criticism’ 102–4

‘Secular Criticism’ 21–3, 27–8, 96–101

The End of the Peace Process 56

The Politics of Dispossession 56

‘The Problem of Textuality: Two Exemplary Positions’ 131

The Question of Palestine 5, 54, 56, 57, 85–95

The World, the Text, and the Critic 5, 7, 19, 54, 56, 57, 95–107, 131

‘The World, the Text, and the Critic’ 58, 96

‘Traveling Theory’ 32–3, 103–7, 127, 131

‘Traveling Theory Reconsidered’ 33–5, 44

‘Vico: Autodidact and Humanist’ 8, 23–6, 59

‘Zionism from the Standpoint of its Victims’ 85–94

Said, Hilda 10

Said, Wadie 10

Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin 21

Sartre, Jean-Paul 14, 27, 124

Saussure, Ferdinand de 47, 96

Schlegel, Friedrich 20, 79, 111

Über die Sprache und Weisheit der Indier 79

Schoenberg, Arnold 34, 41, 42

Schwab, Raymond 95

Second Viennese School 41

secular criticism 96–8

Senghor, Leopold 120

Shamir, Yitzhak 2

Siegfried 29

Smith, Neil 118

Uneven Development 119

Spengler, Oswald 136

Spinoza, Baruch 25

Spitzer, Leo 20, 111, 112

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty 132, 137

Starobinski, Jean 14

state, the 39–40, 99

Stevenson, Robert Louis 66

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 66

strategic formation 74

strategic location 74

Subaltern Studies 27, 118, 137

Swift, Jonathan 1, 18, 60–1, 95

A Modest Proposal 101–2

The Battle of the Books 60

Talbiyah 4

terrorism 95

Thackeray, William 113

Vanity Fair 113

Toscanini, Arturo 42–3

Vico, Giambattista 8, 20, 23–6, 32, 63, 64, 111

Autobiography 8, 23

The New Science 8, 23

Victoria College 4

Volney, Comte de 77

Vossler, Karl 20, 111

Warner, Marina 3

Weiner, Justus Reid 2

Weizmann, Chaim 91, 92

‘Outline of Program for the Jewish Resettlement of Palestine in Accordance with the Aspirations of the Zionist Movement’ 92

Weitz, Joseph 93

Wellek, René 112

Wellek Library Lectures 41

Whig history 86

White, Hayden 48, 94, 97

Wilde, Oscar 66

The Picture of Dorian Gray 66

Williams, Raymond 27, 33, 108, 109, 115

Culture and Society 108

The Country and the City 115

Wood, Michael 3

worldliness 3, 54, 58, 61, 86, 107, 111

Wordsworth, William 60

Yeats, W. B. 117–22

A Vision 120

The Rose 119

Young, Robert 129–32

White Mythologies 129

Zionism 76, 80, 85–95, 137




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