• Commiment in Diasporic Literature
    Willam cited in Satendra Nandan: 'Diasporic Consciousness' Interrogative Post-Colonial: Column Theory, Text and Context, Editors: Harish Trivedi and Meenakshi Mukherjee; Indian Institute of Advanced Studies 1996, p.53) .Stuart Hall, 'Cultural Identity and Diaspora in Patric White and Laura...
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  • Postcolonial Titerature
    CHAPTER I Postcolonial literature is a body of literary writings that reacts to the discourse of colonization. Post-colonial literature often involves writings that deal with issues of de- colonization or the political and cultural independence of people formerly captured by...
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  • Postcolonial literature
    most often to writings from Africa, the Indian sub‐continent the Caribbean, and other regions whose histories during the 20th century are marked by colonialism, anti‐colonial movements, and subsequent transitions to post‐Independence society. Critical attention to this large body of work in academic...
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  • Diaspora Literature Essay
    ' Interrogative Post-Colonial: Column Theory, Text and Context, Editors: Harish Trivedi and Meenakshi Mukherjee; Indian Institute of Advanced Studies 1996, p.53) 4.Stuart Hall, 'Cultural Identity and Diaspora in Patric White and Laura Christmas, eds, Colonial Discourses and Post-Colonial Theory: A...
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  • Deconstructive Reading, Reasoning Under the Postcolonial Observation in “Imaginary Homelands”
    ” Encompassing the main stream canon of the Post-Colonial Literature that is plurality of identity, this chapter deals with the changing figure of the existing phenomenon in the form of culture and anarchy (Arnold, 1867) within Britain due to the class construction and behavioural patterns taken into...
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  • The in Between World of M G Vassanji -Abhimji
    -Priyanka Singh Research scholar, Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Allahabad, Allahabad. Topic of research- “The Enigma of Identity in the Novels of M. G. Vassanji” Area of Interest- Diasporic Literature Published two papers in journals and one is accepted to be...
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  • Sexual Diaspora in Caribbean Culture
    found it necessary to shed light onto the marginalization of the sexual diaspora. As seen with Jamaican author Michelle Cliff, literature serves as a space where sexual identity can be established as well as subverted. In her semi-autobiographical novel No Telephone to Heaven multiple crises arise...
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  • Diasporic Concerns in Jhumpa Lahiri's Works
    phase - Post colonial phase The history of the Indian diaspora is closely linked to India’s commercial links and can be traced back nearly four millennia where the Indus Valley civilization traded with ancient Mesopotanice. The first evidence of Indian migration is traced in...
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  • Stuart Hall Culture Identity and Diaspora
    'Caribbeanness', of the black experience. It is this identity which a Caribbean or black diaspora must discover, excavate, bring to light and express through cinematic representation. Such a conception of cultural identity played a critical role in all the post-colonial struggles which have so...
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  • Conceptualization of Culture and Language in Post Colonial Literature
    CONCEPTUALIZING CULTURALHYBRIDITY, LANGUAGE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN POST COLONIAL LITERATURE: Hybridity, Culture and Language are the major issues in the post colonial theory. My assignment will deal with these three factors in terms of colonial perspectives. The post colonialism mainly explores...
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  • Stuart Hall's Cultural Identity and Diaspora
    Richard L. W. Clarke LITS3304 Notes 12B 1 STUART HALL “CULTURAL IDENTITY AND DIASPORA” (1993) Hall, Stuart. “Cultural Identity and Diaspora.” Colonial Discourse and Post-colonial Theory: a Reader. Ed. Patrick Williams and Chrisman. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994. 392-401. In this essay...
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  • Turning Tides
    Filipino American Literature in the Time of Diaspora The critic Brent Hayes Edwards writes that the word diaspora has its origins with the dispersal of Jewish communities during the Hellenic period. Diaspora refers to the scattering or banishment of a people and is associated "with a...
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  • AFFRICAN HISTOGRAPHY
    history. The migrants to a point had identity crisis they were not Africans, Euro-Africans or afro Americans. The resolution of this identity crisis by these recent migrants scholars manifest itself in there lives and the writing of these academic; The comprador intelligentsia The post colonial...
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  • Issues of heritage in post-colonial lusophone world
    Verdean Post-Colonial Diaspora, etnográfica, Vol IX. Asante-Darko, K. 2003. Language and Culture in Postcolonial Literature. Ed: Totosy de Zepetnek, S. Comparative Literature and Comparative Cultural Studies. Indiana: Purdue University Press. Andrade-Watkins, C. 1995. Portuguese African Cinema...
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  • Water
    . Most important, the termtransnational can be applied along with the critiques offered by post-colonial and post-colonial diaspora studies which interrogate the notions of unified and static national and cultural identity. The term post-colonial can be used in multiple ways. The two most pertinent to...
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  • Postcolonial Gothic
    Australia,‖ Dalhousie Review 61.2. Summer 1982: 278-90. ―Tradition and Post-Colonialism: Hugh Hood and Martin Boyd,‖ Mosaic 15.3. September 1982: 1-15. ―Wordsworth's Daffodils: A Recurring Motif in Contemporary Canadian Literature,‖ Kunapipi 4.2. 1982: 6-14. ―The Colonial Heroine,‖ Canadian Literature...
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  • Identity Development and Cultural Production in the Chinese Diaspora to the United States, 1850–2004: New Perspectives
    Identity and Diaspora’ In Colonial Discourse and Post-Colonial Theory: A Reader, ed. Patrick Williams and Laura Chrisman. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994. Kennedy, R. Emmet. ‘The East Speaks to the West’. New York Times, December 8 1935, sec. VI, 1–2. Kim, Elaine H. ‘Defining Asian American...
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  • British Literature
    realist novel, the post-modern novel, the post-colonial novel, the fantasy novel (Tolkien). Nowadays past present and future coexist in literature as never before. Just as the earlier part of the 20th century opened up literature to many unheard voices so more recent years have opened up literary...
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  • Some Thoughts
    cultural contradictions, fitting in neither her native nor her adopted culture. In 'struggling towards a post-colonial identity', Ila is 'still trapped in the history of colonialism' (167). Indeed, this conflict signals a situation where culture becomes a problem. Indeed, the experiences of migrancy and...
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  • bibliography
    . Print. Ashcroft, Bill., Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffins. Post-Colonial Studies: The Key Concepts. New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2000. Print. ---. The Empire Writes Back. 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 1989. Web. 12 Oct 2012 “Authour Interview: The enchanting story of ‘River of...
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