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The Cambridge history of postcolonial literature

The Cambridge history of postcolonial literature presents an overview of postcolonial literary history. Postcolonial studies is attentive to cultural differences, marginalization and exclusion. Such studies pay equal attention to the lives and conditions of various racial minorities in the West, as...

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Other Authors: Quayson, Ato.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Online Access: Online version [v. 1]
Online version [v. 2]
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Table of Contents:
  • v.1. Introduction : postcolonial literature in a changing historical frame / Ato Quayson
  • Postcolonial fictions of slavery / Glenda R. Carpio
  • Postcolonialism and travel writing / Gareth Griffiths
  • Missionary writing and postcolonialism / Elisabeth Mudimbe-Boyi
  • Postcolonial auto/biography / Philip Holden
  • Orality and the genres of African postcolonial writing / Uzoma Esonwanne
  • Canadian literatures and the postcolonial / Winfried Siemerling
  • Postcolonialism and Caribbean literature / Elaine Savory
  • Postcolonialism and Arab literature / Muhsin Al-Musawi
  • Postcolonialism and Latin American writing, 1492-1850 / Francisco A. Ortega
  • Postcolonial writing in Latin America, 1850-2000 / Marcos P. Natali
  • Postcolonial writing in South Africa / Christopher Warnes
  • Postcolonial literature in Southeast Asia / Rajeev S. Patke
  • Postcolonial South Asian poetry / G. J. V. Prasad
  • Postcolonial writing in India / Ananya Jahanara Kabir
  • Postcolonial writing in Australia and New Zealand / Julian Murphet
  • Indigenous peoples' writing in Canada / Daniel Heath Justice
  • Indigenous writing in Australia and New Zealand / Anne Brewster
  • Postcolonial writing in Ireland / Joe Cleary
  • Postcolonial writing in Britain / John McLeod
  • Postcolonial writing in France / Dominic Thomas
  • Postcolonial writing in Germany / Sara Lennox.
  • v. 2. The language question in India / Debjani Ganguly
  • The language question in Africa / Bhekizizwe Peterson
  • English and the development of postcolonial literature / Gabriella Mazzon
  • Religion and postcolonial writing / Jamie S. Scott
  • Postcolonial responses to the Western canon / Ankhi Mukherjee
  • Island writing, Creole cultures / Elizabeth Deloughrey
  • Magical realism / Mariano Siskind
  • Palimpsest and hybridity in postcolonial writing / Lene M. Johannessen
  • The narrative forms of postcolonial fiction / Monika Fludernik
  • Poetry and postcolonialism / Jahan Ramazani
  • Primitivism and postcolonial literature / Victor Li
  • Popular writing in Africa / Stephanie Newell
  • Popular writing in India / Abhijit Gupta
  • Film and postcolonial writing / Lindiwe Dovey
  • Fanon, Memmi, Glissant and postcolonial writing / Anjali Prabhu
  • Negritude and postcolonial literature / H. Adlai Murdoch
  • Publishing, prizes and postcolonial literary production / Sandra Ponzanesi
  • Key journals and organizations / Ira Raja And Deepika Bahri.