Definition of Said, Edward in English:

Said, Edward

Syllabification: Sa·id, Edward
Pronunciation: /ˈsäid
( 1935–2003), US literary theorist, critic, journalist, and Palestinian activist, born in Jerusalem. He is best known for his critique of Western culture’s false images of the Arab-Islamic world, which he discussed in Orientalism (1978).

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Pronunciation: ˌimpyəˈdisitē
lack of modesty