Edward Said's Orientalism and the Study of the Self and the Other in Orwell's Burmese Days

@article{Moosavinia2011EdwardSO,
  title={Edward Said's Orientalism and the Study of the Self and the Other in Orwell's Burmese Days},
  author={Sayyed Rahim Moosavinia and Nozar Niazi and Ahmad Ghaforian},
  journal={Studies in Literature and Language},
  year={2011},
  volume={2},
  pages={103-113}
}
Critics unanimously regard Said’s Orientalism as the cornerstone of postcolonial canon. It was this celebrated work that generated other related books and materials. Orientalism is a Western style for Orientalizing the Orient, i.e. how from knowledge of the Orient particularly from nineteenth century the Orient is defined by a set of recurring images and cliches and how afterwards this knowledge of the Orient is put into practice by colonialism and imperialism. Orientalism is affiliated with… Expand
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