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Title Writing the nation : self and country in the post-colonial imagination / edited by John C. Hawley
Imprint Amsterdam ; Atlanta, GA : Rodopi, 1996
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  809 C8996 v.7 1996    AVAILABLE    30500100921926
 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  809 C8996 v.7 1996  c.2 c.2  AVAILABLE    30500100848186
 Introduction: voice or voices in post-colonial discourse? / John C. Hawleyp.x
 Nigrescent ganesh: cultural nationalism and the culture of writing in Chen, Glissant, and V.S. Naipaul / Rolf Lassp.1
 The word becomes Nam: self and community in the poetry of kamau brathwaite and its relationship to caribbean culture and postmodern theory / Elaine Savoryp.23
 Alejo carpentier: between here and over there / Antonio Benitez-Rojop.44
 Lespoua fe viv: female identity and the politics of textual sexually in Nadine Magloire's Le mal de vivre / Myriam J.A. Chancyp.57
 Soledad: Bartolome Mitre's "social contract" / Norman S. Hollandp.73
 Who can tell?: filling in blanks for cirilo villaverde / Doris Sommerp.88
 The Guerilla linguistics of mohammed Khair-Eddine / Lynne Rogersp.108
 The second sex three times oppressed: cultural colonization and Coll(i)(u)sion in Buchi Emecheta's women / Lisa H. Iyerp.123
 Beyond revolution: nationalism and the South African woman author / Isabella Marsikidzep.139
 Dismantling privilege, inventing self: postmodern feminism and South African post-colonial subjectivity / Susan Ritchiep.151
 Decolonizing the mind: paradigms for self-definition in Nayantara Sahgal's Rich like Us / Joya F. Uraizeep.161
 Ambivalence in cultural theory: reading Homi Bhabha's "dissemiNation" / Nikos Papastergiadisp.176
 Against the tide of time: Peter Carey's interpolation into history / Bill Ashcroftp.194
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