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Title Shared waters [electronic resource] : soundings in postcolonial literatures / edited by Stella Borg Barthet.

Imprint Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2009.

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Description xiii, 412 p.
Series Cross cultures : readings in the post/colonial literatures in English ; 118
Cross/cultures ; 118.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Projecting postcolonialism -- Exchanging, sharing our places / Hoda Barakat: ; translated by Carmen Depasquale -- Exclusion and the intellectuals : some thoughts on unequal academic exchange between Africa and the West / Brian Crow -- What lies ahead : consolidation and diversity in postcolonial studies / Jesús Varela Zapata -- Beyond revolution : re-writing violence and the future of postcolonial studies / Daphne Grace -- 2. War and remembrance -- Territorial terrors : colonial spaces and postcolonial revisions : some basic concepts / Gerhard Stilz -- In the enemy's camp : women representing male violence in Zimbabwe's wars / Pauline Dodgson-Katiyo -- Shared place and maimed bodies : flesh of the past, soul of the future (or vice-versa) in Once were warriors / Chantal Kwast-Greff -- Historical trauma, lieu de mémoire, source of collective renewal : parihaka in the poetic imagination of Aotearoa New Zealand / Bärbel Czennia -- 3. Writing women -- Becoming a writer in Morocco / Leila Abouzeid -- Middle Eastern women's roles transformed : the gendered spaces of Ghdah al-Sammn and Sahar Khalfah / Kifah Hanna -- Going through twentieth-century Malta in the company of Francis Ebejer's heroines / Bernadette Falzon -- Aesthetic (dis)continuities in the African gendered space : the example of younger Nigerian women's writing / Taiwo Oloruntoba-Oju -- Smells, skins, and spices : Indian spice shops as gendered diasporic spaces in the novels of Indian women writers of the diaspora / Christine Vogt-William -- Generational change : women and writing in the novels of Thea Astley / Marueen Lynch Pèrcopo -- 4. Islands and the sea -- Poems from Malta / Daniel Massa, Adrian Grima, Maria Grech Ganado, Immanuel Mifsud, Norbert Bugeja -- Currents and swells in Maltese identity : representations of community in Maltese poetry in English since independence / Stella Borg Barthet -- Finding Nemo : puzzling Maltese identity in Edgar Allan Poe's "The murders in the Rue Morgue" / Kevin Stephen Magri -- The sea and the erosion of cultural identity in Romesh Gunesekera's Reef / Melanie A. Murray -- The otherless other, or The anonymity of water : unmapping Ondaatje's "Sand sea" self in Minghella's The English patient / Saviour Catania and Ivan Callus -- The sea and the changing nature of cultural identity / Isabel Moutinho -- Diaspora in Caryl Phillips's Crossing the river (1993) / Thomas Bonnici -- "They are us" : interview with Caryl Phillips / Adrian Grima -- 5. Shared spaces -- Sharing media spaces : The Kumars at No. 42 / Hilary P. Dannenberg -- Writing second-generation migrant identity in Meera Syal's fiction / Devon Campbell-Hall -- Is "Sharing places" viable in a postmodern world order? : Salman Rushdie's Novel The ground beneath her feet / Amrit Biswas -- Sharing nation space : representations of India / T. Vijay Kumar -- Exploring boundaries : the north in western Canadian writing / Janne Korkka -- Sharing Quebec : Lorena Gale's Je me souviens and George Elliott Clarke's Québécité / Pilar Cuder-Domínguez -- Towards a pedagogy of African-Canadian literature / George Elliott Clarke.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subject Postcolonialism in literature.
Decolonization in literature.
Colonies in literature.
Postcolonialism.
Comparative literature -- Themes, motives.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Borg Barthet, Stella.
ProQuest (Firm)
ISBN 9789042027664 (acid-free paper)
9042027665

 
    
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