Step-mothertongue: from nationalism to multiculturalism the literatures of Cyprus, Greece and Turkey, edited by Mehmet Yasin, Middlesex University Press, (London, 2000) 207 pp.

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    Abstract

    Book review:
    This is a most important publication examining the national and
    cultural identities of
    Greeks, Turks, and Cypriots through their literatures. Step-Mothertongue aims to
    draw attention to the cross-cultural and multicultural traditions through a
    comparative analysis of the literature and literary traditions
    of Greece, Turkey and
    particularly of Cyprus. Step-Mothertongue is timely because it approaches
    nationalism from a socio-cultural and literary-historical framework, rather than a
    traditional ethnic identity agenda.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages163-167
    Number of pages5
    Volume18
    No.1
    Specialist publicationThe Cyprus Review
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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