By Rita Sakr
This research examines the ways that the relationships among the inventive strength of innovative humans and the innovative strength of inventive artists, in particular writers, are glaring within the on-going Arab uprisings. Bringing jointly literature, cultural geography, and human rights discourse, it explores a number fresh novels and memoirs from Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Syria. those works sought to resolve the political geographies of injustice and renowned discontent and therefore 'anticipated' or imaginatively expected in addition to participated in a few of the significant present upheavals of their specific nationwide contexts. via revealing socio-economic divisions and spatial injustice, disappearances and political prisons, surveillance and exile in addition to the progressive spirit of oppressed populations and the hazards of counter-revolutionary forces, civil strife, and fundamentalism, they variously re-imagine the realities that prompted the ameliorations we're now witnessing.