- Title Pages
- Prologue Sidi Jenih – Saint Genet: An Example of <i>Queer Maghrebi French</i>
- Introduction <i>Queer Maghrebi French</i>: Language, Temporalities, Transfiliations
- Chapter One 2Fik’s <i>Coming out à l’orientale</i> and “Coming out” of France
- Chapter Two Ludovic-Mohamed Zahed’s Universal Performance of French Citizenship and Muslim Brotherhood
- Chapter Three Abdellah Taïa’s Queer Moroccan Family and Transmission of <i>Baraka</i>
- Chapter Four Mehdi Ben Attia’s Family Ties, Temporalities, and Revolutionary Figures
- Chapter Five Nacir, Tahar, and Farid: Identification, Disidentification, and Impossible Citizenship
- Epilogue <i>Queer Maghrebi French</i>: Flexible Language and Activism
- Queer Maghrebi French
- Edmund Smyth, Charles Forsdick, Jacqueline Dutton, Lynn A. Higgins, Mireille Rosello, Michael Sheringham, David Walker
- Liverpool University Press
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