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Illuminating close readings of texts by a wide variety of writers–from Kipling and Conrad through to Kincaid, from Ngugi to Noonuccal and Naipaul–explicate key theoretical terms such as “subaltern,” “colonial resistance,” “writing back,” and “hybridity. Praise for the previous edition: Academic Skip to main content.
An accessible historical narrative backed up by a useful Chronology, situates key colonial and postcolonial developments, texts and cultural figures, from Joseph Conrad and R.
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litreature This revised edition includes a new chapter surveying postcolonialism in the twenty-first century and potcolonial fully annotated bibliography. In a notoriously complex field, important theoretical terms and issues are illuminated by way of close readings of key texts, but without ever losing subtlety in favour of accessibility.
The New Oxford Shakespeare: It combines a broad-ranging, contextualising narrative situating key developments in imperial and postcolonial history, with theoretically astute close readings of key texts that illuminate important concepts and definitions, including ‘writing back’ and ‘mimicry’.
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The book as a whole gives even more attention than before to the widely taught area of colonial and postcolonial women’s writing. Dickinson Unbound Alexandra Socarides. Much has happened since the book first appeared and there is postcolonjal second edition which I have not checked but it still is a very good first introductory volume, as Boehmer writes with remarkable clarity.
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