- Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography.
- Beginnings: Intention and Method. New York: Basic Books.
- Orientalism. New York: Pantheon: 1977.
- The World, The Text, and the Critic
- Representations of the Intellectual.
- The Politics of Dispossession.
- Culture and Imperialism.
Cultural and Political Contexts
- Said's Orientalism Pro and Con
- Relations to other theorists
- Righting Said's Palestinian Revisionism
- Orientalism in Victorian Painting
- Factual Inaccuracies in Said's comments on Vanity Fair
Said presents his case: sections from his writings
- Anwar Abdel Malek -- a Major Inspiration for Said's Conception of Orientalism
- Britain, France, and the Middle East in the Nineteenth Century
- On Orientalist Scholarship
- Three Forms of Orientalism
- Latent and Blatant Orientalism
- The "Overscale Images" of the World System Map
- Literary Identity and Re-Configurations of Cultural Nationalism
- Edward W. Said's "Politics of Secular Interpretation"--an introduction
- Erich Auerbach: the Critic in Exile
- Said's "Liminal Intellectual"
- Bruce Robbins on Said's "Voyage In"
- Problematizing Said's Exilic Category
- Problematizing the Exilic: Temporality and Historical Specificity
- Problematizing the Exilic: Eurocentrism and Elitism
- The Ambiguity of Counter-Authority in the Liminal Intellectual's Struggle for Decolonization
- Said on "Contrapuntalism" and Exile
- Contra Edward W. Said's Definition of the Orient
Imagery, Symbol, Metaphor, and Trope in Said's Writing
Bibliography and Related Web Resources
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