POLITICAL DISCOURSE, POLITICAL VIOLENCE

@article{Mcquade2014POLITICALDP,
  title={POLITICAL DISCOURSE, POLITICAL VIOLENCE},
  author={J. Mcquade},
  journal={Sikh Formations},
  year={2014},
  volume={10},
  pages={43 - 55}
}
Beginning with Khudiram Bose's accidental killing of two English women at Muzaffarpur in 1908, this paper follows the evolution of British literary and governmental representations of the figure of ‘the terrorist’ up until the Bengal Criminal Law Amendment Act of 1925. Both popular novels and government documents from this period shared a common vocabulary, which was used to describe and define anti-colonial revolutionaries in a manner that sought to undermine the political basis of their… Expand
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