Rethinking Postcolonialism: Colonialist Discourse in Modern Literatures and the Legacy of Classical Writers
Springer, 4 déc. 2015 - 250 pages
Acheraiou challenges postcolonial discourse analysis and proposes a new model of interpretation that resituates the historical, ideological and conceptual denseness of the Colonial idea. He questions key issues, including hybridity, Otherness and territoriality, and expands the postcolonial field by introducing ground-breaking theoretical concepts.
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