Narrative, memory, and mapping: Ronnie Govender's 'At the Edge' and other Cato Manor Stories.
Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Studies, 5(1) pp. 69–83.
This article considers questions of narrative and cartography in relation to South African Indian identity. It challenges certain current assumptions within postcolonial studies about border-crossing, migrancy and displacement.
||A longer version of this article appeared in Current Writing 17(1), 2005: 108-128.
||Literary studies; cultural studies; postcolonial studies; cartography; identity
||29 May 2007
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