signed first edition Trade paperback
2001 · Lanham, Maryland
by Abou El Fadl, Khaled M.
Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, Inc, 2001. First Edition. Trade paperback. Near fine. Inscribed by Abou El Fadl on the front flyleaf. "Using the Muslim experience in the United States as a lens, the author examines what he identifies as a pervasive alienation suffered by Muslims over their place in history, source of identity, and moral foundations. The author imagines himself sitting in a conference of Islamic books - the Conference convening to examine the contemporary Muslim condition. Various influential intellectual trends are represented in this Conference, but the author is not a passive observer, he is an active participant who reacts to the Conference with introspection and critical moral insight. The author positions himself on a bridge between the intellectual heritage of Islam and the oppressive Muslim present, arguing that the salvation of one is intricately linked to the other." Octavo. Original paper wrappers. Near fine.
(Inventory #: 70525)