By Hoda A. Yousef
In this leading edge historical past of analyzing and writing, Hoda Yousef explores how the assumption of literacy and its practices essentially altered the social cloth of Egypt on the flip of the 20 th century. She strains how nationalists, Islamic modernists, bureaucrats, reporters, and early feminists sought to reform interpreting behavior, writing kinds, and the Arabic language itself of their hopes that the proper of literacy practices could create the correct of Egyptians.
The effect of recent analyzing and writing practices went well past the elites and the newly literate of Egyptian society, and this e-book unearths the more and more ubiquitous analyzing and writing practices of literate, illiterate, and semi-literate Egyptians alike. scholars who wrote petitions, girls who frequented scribes, and groups who accumulated to listen to a newspaper learn aloud all used a number of literacies to take part in social exchanges and civic negotiations in regards to the most crucial problems with their day. Composing Egypt illustrates how examining and writing practices grew to become not just an item of social reform, but in addition a primary medium for public alternate. broad segments of society might have interaction with new principles approximately nationalism, schooling, gender, and, eventually, what it intended to be a part of "modern Egypt."
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Composing Egypt: Reading, Writing, and the Emergence of a Modern Nation, 1870-1930 by Hoda A. Yousef