Postcolonial criticism

IB English A: Language & Literature: Postcolonial criticism

By Debra Williams-Gualandi I was lucky enough to be an undergraduate student in a dynamic English Literature department in the late 1980s. The late (and for me, great) Edward Said influenced the tone of many of the courses I took, as he was by then not only a central member of the department, the writer of one of the seminal texts of post-colonial literature, Orientalism (1978), but also an internationally-known...


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