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Class, Caste, Gender: Intersections in New Writings in English

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  • The use of language and literature as a mask of conquest - to use the title of Viswanasath՚s book – was only part of a larger scheme.
  • It engineered the process of manufacturing and disseminating specific cultural stereotypes that consolidated the rhetoric of the White man՚s burden and justified the presence of the colonizer in the colonies.
  • The New English Literatures, a term often interchangeably used for categories like Commonwealth literature, Third World Literature or Postcolonial Literature, though each of these te…

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Indigenous People՚s Writings and the ‘New’ Literature in English

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  • The concept of Indigeneity has to be explored in terms of the marginalized needs of the Indigenous and as one which posits all forms of colonialism in its diverse ramifications.
  • Indigenous studies today have been gaining much emphasis world-wide since it promotes and initiates cross-disciplinary research and teaching in a wide range of areas of relevance to Indigenous peoples.
  • The North East today is a profound paradox that simultaneously represents the fron…

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