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The South Asian Diaspora
Living on the Edge
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African alienation Asian Canadian writers assimilate awareness becomes Bombay Book Of Secrets boundaries British Canada Canadian literature characters colonial concept context Corbin create culture depict Dhanji Govindji Diane McGifford diary diasporic literature diasporic writers East Africa explores Fernandes Fiction Firozsha Baag gender geographical Gunny Sack Gustad Hence homeland human constructs Huseini Ibid identity immigrant experience immigrant writers independence Indian individual Janice Kulyk Keefer Ji Bai Kala Krishna-Rao language Linda Hutcheon literary living M.G.Vassanji Mariamu memory metaphor migrated to Canada Mistry's Mother's Ashes Mukhi multicultural narrator negotiate nostalgia novel Nurdin Omprakash Parsi Parsi community past personal histories perspective Pipa political ideology position postcolonial postmodern present primary space psychological race Rocio G Davis Rohinton Mistry Salman Rushdie secondary space Shamsi short story cycle significance Sikhs situation social society socio-cultural South Asian Canadian South Asian Diaspora Toronto traditional transcultural TSAR Publications Uhuru Street Vassanji voice