Critics and Writers Speak: Revisioning Post-colonial Studies
Lexington Books, 2006 - Literary Criticism - 186 pages
This book of new essays investigates the category of the post-colonial as a theoretical concept, discourse, and state of mind. In an international forum of both literary critics and writers, these essays look at contemporary writing in English throughout the world in an attempt to revision the current critical practice of post-colonial studies. Structured as a dialogue between different views, Critics and Writers Speak will add to the self-reflexivity among post-colonial critics, extending the debate and stimulating dialogue about the future of post-colonial studies.
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