Response: Exoticism beyond Cosmopolitanism?

@article{Aravamudan2012ResponseEB,
  title={Response: Exoticism beyond Cosmopolitanism?},
  author={Srinivas Aravamudan},
  journal={Eighteenth-Century Fiction},
  year={2012},
  volume={25},
  pages={227 - 242}
}
ECF ISSN 0840-6286 | E-ISSN 1911-0243 | DOI: 10.3138/ecf.25.1.227 Copyright 2012 by Eighteenth-Century Fiction, McMaster University Srinivas Aravamudan is Dean of the Humanities at Duke University and Professor of English, Romance Studies, and the Literature Program. His areas of expertise are eighteenth-century British and French literature, postcolonial studies, and literary theory. Response: Exoticism beyond Cosmopolitanism? 
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