Plumbing the Transcontinental Mediterranean
Drawing on the book’s conclusions, this last section moves beyond the corpus of Maghrebi literature to postulate a possible Mediterranean framework within which it would gain meaning. Could the Mediterranean idioms diversely appropriated in Maghrebi literature be encompassed in a broader form of regional transnationalism? The epilogue attempts to reveal the political cut of the Mediterranean concept, arguing for its relevance to the theorization of historical agency in the postcolonial era.
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