Discourse On Colonialism

Author: Aimé Césaire
Publisher: NYU Press
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" --Library Journal This classic work, first published in France in 1955, profoundly influenced the generation of scholars and activists at the forefront of liberation struggles in Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Political Shakespeare

Author: Jonathan Dollimore
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719043529
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discourse. of. colonialism. It has long been recognised that The Tempest bears
traces of the contemporary British investment in colonial expansion. Attention has
been drawn to Shakespeare's patronal relations with prominent members of the
Virginia Company and to the circumstances of the play's initial production at the
expansionist Jacobean court in 1611 and 1612-13. Borrowings from a traditional
and classical stock of exotic stereotypes, ranging from the wild man, the savage
and ...

Milton S Imperial Epic

Author: John Martin Evans
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801432118
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Evans looks at the relationship between Paradise Lost and the pervasive colonial discourse of Milton's time. Evans bases his analysis on the literature of exploration and colonialism.

Black British Cultural Studies

Author: Houston A. Baker, Jr.
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226144801
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Difference,. Discrimination,. and. the. Discourse. of. Colonialism. Homi K. Bhabha
T he genesis of this essay is diverse and 1 discontinuous; its long march of
critical contestation tracks my attempts to clear a space for the "other" question.
To pose the colonial question is to realize that the problematic representation of
cultural and racial difference cannot simply be read off from the signs and
designs of social authority that are produced in the analyses of class and gender
differentiation.

East Meets West

Author: Chae Ryung Kim
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In the works of Realists, Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, and Symbolists, there are many traces of Japanese art, such as coloration, composition, space, and form as well as the presence of Japanese artifacts, clothes, prints, and their ...

The Final Years Of British Hong Kong

Author: J. Flowerdew
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349261351
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This book critically reviews the British experience in Hong Kong with special emphasis on the tenure of the last governor, Chris Patten, and the discourse he used in guiding the transfer of sovereignty to China.

Postcolonial Criticism

Author: Bart Moore-Gilbert
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317891929
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Discourse. on. Colonialism”. AIMé CESAIRé Césaire was many things: poet,
activist, politician, a man who was an inspiration to many – notably those from his
native island of Martinique such as Frantz Fanon and Edouard Glissant. His
brand of negritude had a harder edge than that of Senghor, and it is this which
connects his work with that of Fanon. It is the island's history that contributes so
much to Césaire's poetry, notably his Return to my Native Land, but it also
informs his whole ...

Beginning Postcolonialism

Author: John McLeod
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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89) - is, in Bhabha's thinking, a source of anti-colonial resistance in that it
presents an unconquerable challenge to the entire structure of the discourse of
colonialism. By speaking English, the colonised have not succumbed to the
power of the colonised. Contrariwise, they challenge the representations which
attempt to fix and define them. This is a different assertion to Said's model of
Orientalism, which does not consider how colonial discourses generate the
possibilities of their own ...

Global Local

Author: Rob Wilson
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822317128
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FROM COLONIALISM TO T R A N S N AT I O N A L I S M AND THE DECLINE OF
THE NATION-STATE Masao Miyoshi Discourse and practice are interdependent.
Practice follows discourse, while discourse is generated by practice. As for the
discourse on colonialism, there is a long lineage of engagements with the history
of colonialism. One recalls papers by practitioners such as John Locke, Edmund
Burke, James Mill, and Thomas Macaulay early on, and critiques of the practice
by ...

Discourse

Author: Sara Mills
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134836058
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Instead of searching for a unified discourse of colonialism, we should be
prepared for the fact that in examining colonial texts 'no smooth history emerges,
but rather a series of fragments, which read speculatively, hint at a story that can
never be fully recovered' (Hulme, 1986: 12). Within Said's view of colonial
discourse, we get the sense that Orientalist representations are being criticised in
relation to a notion of the 'truth' of these countries. What post-colonial discourse
theory is ...