Writing, representation, and postcolonial nostalgia.
Textual Practice, 23(6) pp. 935–946.
This work reflects upon a facet of memory that has a special resonance for those of us entangled by the long histories of colonialism and decolonisation – nostalgia. Nostalgia is a cultural phenomenon that in an uncanny way connects people across national and historical as well as personal boundaries, yet remains to be fully understood or explained.
||2009 Taylor & Francis
||interdisciplinary literary studies; literary/critical theory
||Arts > English
Marie-Claire Le Roux
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