Ihab Hassan

Ihab Hassan

Ihab Hassan was an Egyptian–born American writer and academic, author of twelve books and numerous essays of literary, critical, travel and autobiographical work. He frequently visited Australia and lived in Wisconsin. His works include Radical Innocence: Studies in the contemporary American novel (1961); The Dismemberment of Orpheus: Towards a postmodern literature (1971); and Selves at Risk: Patterns of quest in contemporary American letters (1990).