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|His forceful defense of secular humanism and of the public role of the intellectual, as much as his trenchant critiques of Orientalism and his unwavering advocacy of the Palestinian cause, made Said one of the most internationally influential cultural commentators writing out of the United States in the last quarter of the twentieth century||The English Pen World Atlas, , accessed on 3 January 2010|
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|Although the book itself has been criticized from many angles, it is still considered to be the seminal work to the field||, Jerusalem: Jerusalem: Hotzaat Shabse Frankel, 2000|
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