At War with Monsters in Postwar Iraqi Literature
The dark absurdities of postwar Iraqi literature....
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Mark Firmani is a doctoral candidate in the English Department at the University of Pennsylvania and a JD student at Yale Law School. His dissertation is a comparative project that analyzes Iraqi cultural representations of the 2003 war and occupation alongside those in contemporary US literature, poetry, television and film. He works with English- and Arabic-language texts.