Writing, 2
2004
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James Baldwin’s “A Stranger in a Village” showed us that whatever one’s purpose for travel, a traveler is often saddled with more than the physical weight of luggage. For travelers carry with them, the emotional and psycho-social materials of their own character, their own culture, their own fears, dreams, and ambitions. ...These are realities that are intrinsic to the narrative that assist the text’s representation of otherness.

— Daiyyah A. Edwards Abdullah

 
 
Artwork, Mod Mekkawi