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Cultural readings of imperialism: Edward Said and the gravity of history

@inproceedings{AnsellPearson1996CulturalRO,
  title={Cultural readings of imperialism: Edward Said and the gravity of history},
  author={Keith J. Ansell-Pearson and Benita Parry and Judith A Squires},
  year={1996}
}
Edward Said is a major 20th-century thinker. His impact on the way we think about identity and postcolonialism has been profound and transformative. In this book of essays, scholars of postcolonial studies, philosophy and literary criticism, informed by Said's wide-ranging scholarship, engage with and extend his work. Robert Young, author of "White Mythologies", focuses his essay on the notion of hybridity and ethnicity in England. Benita Parry explores how a very English story of imperialism… 
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