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Blurred identities and transnational sexuality in Amitav Ghosh and Salman Rushdie’s recent fiction
Postcolonial literature has always been interested in exploring what is double, ambiguous, multiform, and migrant. Amitav Ghosh and Salman Rushdie have notoriously dealt with those topics in their
A Struggle Between Literary and Self-Cannibalisation. The Brontës’ Reversal in V.S. Naipaul’s Guerrillas
This article discusses the after-lives of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (1847) and Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1847) as they have been rendered in V.S. Naipaul’s tenth novel Guerrillas (1975).
Una ridiscussione dei concetti di home e identity nell’Asia globalizzata: il caso di These Foolish Things (2004) e How to get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013)
The evolution of postcolonial studies in the last thirty years and the development of a transnational approach in literary studies (Jay 2010) have led to a renewed interest towards the subaltern
Caryl Phillips’s Rewriting of the Canonical Romance as a Genre
The paper considers Phillips’s rewriting of the canonical nineteenth-century romances in three of his novels – A State of Independence (1986), The Lost Child (2015), and A View of the Empire at