By Ania Loomba
This available advent explores the old dimensions and theoretical recommendations linked to colonial and post-colonial experiences. Ania Loomba examines the foremost beneficial properties of the ideologies and historical past of colonialism, the connection of colonial discourse to literature, demanding situations to colonialism, and up to date advancements in post-colonial theories and histories within the writings of latest theorists, together with Edward acknowledged, Abdul JanMohamed, Homi Bhabha, and Gayatri Spivak. Loomba additionally seems at how sexuality is figured within the texts of colonialism, and the way modern feminist principles and ideas intersect with these of post-colonialist suggestion. transparent and concise, Colonialism/Postcolonialism is a needs to for somebody eager to comprehend this important and intricate sector.
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AE did not abandon his hope for political and social harmony in Ireland, but his later writings reveal what he felt to be the futility of attempting change on a national scale. He came to believe at last that only individuals could free themselves from Ireland’s cycles of bloodshed and martyrdom. CRITICAL RECEPTION Much of the critical examination of AE’s work focuses on the problems raised by the esoteric nature of his writing. In his introduction to The Living Torch, a selection of essays from AE’s writings in The Irish Statesman, Monk Gibbon concedes the difficulty of determining the precise extent to which theosophy influenced his work.
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