In this comprehensive study Suman Gupta provides a critical evaluation of the work of V.S. Naipaul up to the present, analysing his ideological and artistic development over five decades within the numerous cultural contexts he has addressed.
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An Objective View of the Caribbean
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African alienation appears Area of Darkness Arguably authentic Awarded becomes Believers Biswas Biswas's Black Power movement British calypso Caribbean characters colonial history Conrad's conservative context counterpoint critical cultural appraisals cultural critique cultural essentialist cultural evaluation described despite Dorado earlier books early fiction encounters England English Enigma of Arrival essay essentially Indian faith fantasy fashion Ganesh Guerrillas Harmondsworth Heart of Darkness heritage Hindu Hindu communal idea ideological imperialism India intellectual interview Isabella Islamic dogma island issue Jimmy's Killings in Trinidad Knights Companion later London Maharashtrian Michael Michael X Middle Passage Miguel Street Million Mutinies Mimic Mimic Men mimicry Muslims Mystic Masseur Naipaul's view Naipaul's writings narrative narrator novel observations passive Penguin perspective political Port of Spain post-colonial preoccupations present proponents of Islamic published racial reality repr revisits revolutionary self-consciousness sense Shiv Sena simply slave social society stories Suffrage of Elvira Trinidadian V. S. Naipaul violence West Indian Wounded Civilization