Sadat’s Grave and the Commemoration of the 1973 War in Egypt

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Abstract

While there is certainly substance to Anderson's description, it does not, I think, present the whole story about the significance of cenotaphs and tombs of unknown soldiers. In this essay I shall argue that it is possible to take a wider view of the significance of such monuments, according to which the precise nature of their meaning depends on the cultural context, or lack of it, surrounding them.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNational Symbols, Fractured Identities: Contesting the National Narrative
EditorsMichael E. Geisler
PublisherUPNE
Pages222-240
ISBN (Print)9781584654377
StatePublished - 2005

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