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ENGL 350 - Postcolonial Literature


FDR: HL
Planned Offering: Fall 2019
Credits: 3

Prerequisites: ENGL 299. A study of the finest writers of postcolonial poetry, drama, and fiction in English. The course examines themes and techniques in a historical context, asking what “postcolonial” means to writers of countries formerly colonized by the British. Topics include colonization and decolonization; writing in the colonizer’s language; questions of universality; hybridity, exile, and migrancy; the relationship of postcolonial to postmodern; Orientalism; censorship; and the role of post-imperial Britain in the publication, distribution, and consumption of postcolonial literature. Keen.




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