Culture and Imperialism
A landmark work from the intellectually auspicious author of Orientalism that explores the long-overlooked connections between the Western imperial endeavor and the culture that both reflected and reinforced it. "Said is a brilliant . . . scholar, aesthete and political activist".--Washington Post Book World.
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There Are Two Sides
Themes of Resistance Culture
Ill Yeats and Decolonization 110
The Voyage In and the Emergence of Opposition 139
Collaboration Independence and Liberation
FREEDOM FROM DOMINATION IN THE FUTURE
The Public Space at War 281
lI1 Movements and Migrations 32 6
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