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Colonial and Postcolonial Literature is the leading critical overview of and historical introduction to colonial and postcolonial literary studies. Highly praised from the time of its first publication for its lucidity, breadth, and insight, the book has itself played a crucial part in founding and shaping this rapidly expanding field. The author, an internationally renowned postcolonial critic, provides a broad contextualizing narrative about the evolution of colonial and postcolonial writing in English. Illuminating close readings of texts by a wide variety of writersfrom Kipling and Conrad through to Kincaid, from Ngugi to Noonuccal and Naipaulexplicate key theoretical terms such as "subaltern," "colonial resistance," "writing back," and "hybridity." This revised edition includes new critiques of postcolonial women's writing, an expanded and fully annotated bibliography, and a new chapter and conclusion on postcolonialism exploring keynote debates in the field relating to sexuality, transnationalism, and local resistance.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 5.40(h) x 1.10(d)|
Table of Contents
1. Imperialism and Textuality
2. Colonialist Concerns
3. The Stirrings of New Nationalism
4. Metropolitans and Mimics
7. Transitional futures: the postcolonial book and the global world
Chronology of key events and publications