This books covers all the important aspects of the exciting field of postcolonial literature and criticism. An introduction to the primary themes and issues of colonialism and postcolonialism, the book addresses the central contextual and cultural issues of postcolonial study while examining a full range of genres and texts readers will come across. Organised into three clear, concise and approachable chapters, the volume provides critically astute readings of major writers and their works as it explores the impact of colonialism and its legacy.
|Place of Publication||Basingstoke, UK|
|Number of pages||240|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Name||Palgrave Key Concepts|
- postcolonial literature, postcolonial criticism, postcolonial study, postcolonial writers, postcolonialism, colonialism, postcolonial cultural issues