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Post-war French writings on Black Africa

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the ambiguities and paradoxes of a cross-cultural perspective
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Edward Said stresses the politically and ideologically skewed nature of western imperial responses to colonised or formerly colonised cultures and peoples, articulated in a variety of media, including scholarly and imaginative writings, which are inflected by the various kinds of power (political, intellectual, cultural and moral) that the West has wielded and continues to wield over non-Western regions of the world. While recognising the pathbreaking import of Said's work, critics have p...

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Lady Margaret Hall (University of Oxford)
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Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages and Literature
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Publication date:
2007
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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602450689
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