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The author reviews a book by late thinker Edward Sa‘īd titled ‘Orientalism,’ in which he affirmed that European Orientalists were not preoccupied with what they had seen with their own eyes in the East, inasmuch as with the image embedded in their own minds about it.
On the third anniversary of his death, Rashā ‘Āmir writes about the contributions of Edward Sa‘īd, the world-renowned scholar, in the fields of literature and criticism.
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