The Return of the Moor examines the anxiety over symbolic and literal boundaries permeating the spa reception of these immigrants through an interdisciplinary analysis of social, fictional and performative texts. It argues that Moroccans constitute a “problem” to Spaniards not because of their cultural differences, as many claim, but because they are not different enough.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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