PART I: TRAVELLING AUTOBIOGRAPHY
1. Orientalism in Reverse: Early Muslim Travel Accounts of Britain
2. 'Truly a person progresses by travelling and interacting with different peoples': Travelogues and Life Writing of the Twentieth Century
PART II: TRAVELLING FICTION
3. 'I haf been to Cambridge!': Muslim Fictional Representations of Britain, 1855?1944
4. 'England-returned': British Muslim Fiction of the 1950s and 1960s
5. Myth of Return Fiction of the 1970s and 1980s: 'A bit of this and a bit of that'
The Myth of Conclusion
What did Britain look like to the Muslims who visited and lived in the country in increasing numbers from the late eighteenth century onwards? This book is a literary history of representations of Muslims in Britain from the late eighteenth century to the eve of Salman Rushdie's publication of The Satanic Verses (1988).