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Post-Colonial World

Sixth Indira Gandhi Conference

Post-Colonial World

Interdependence and Identities

by Sixth Indira Gandhi Conference

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Published by New Age International .
Written in English

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ISBN 108122411819
ISBN 109788122411812

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Kalua. The novel has been the aesthetic object of choice for a majority of postcolonial scholars. While postcolonial writers have by no means failed to produce poetry nor have critics in the field entirely neglected verse, it is the novel and studies of the novel.

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