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Writing the Colony: Tom Stoppard՚s Indian Ink

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  • Tomas Straussler was born on 3rd at the age of seventeen Tom quit school to work for a newspaper named Western Daily Press.
  • Stoppard was a journalist and theatre critic. He initially wrote plays for the British Radio.
  • His plays include The Dissolution of Dominic Boot, ‘AM’ Is for Moon Among Other Things, If You՚re Glad I՚ll Be Frank, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Albert՚s Bridge, Jumpers, Travesties and The Real Thing.
  • He also wrote scripts of some films like Brazil, Empire of the Sun, Billy Bathgate, The Russia House, and the much-acclaimed Shakespeare in Love.
  • He occasionally wrote for …

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Life Writings: Articulating Sexual Identities

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  • The concept of identity is complex and loaded with socio-political implications. Stuart Hall in his essay Who Needs Identity has elaborately discussed the very essence of identity and how it is politically and culturally constructed.
  • Sexual identity is a further critical concept. The idea of representing sexuality has been of keen interest to the researchers.
  • Judith Butler in her book Gender Trouble has elaborated on the idea of representation of female sexuality. Butler begun by referring that the feminist theory assumes the category of women. Therefore, the problem is that women as a category has already been strictly identified.
  • Women in literature were hardly represen…

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