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"Imagine, then"-these are the words with which Paul Scott opens The Jewel in the Crown (1966), the first volume of The Raj Quartet. Read the first page
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Identity, imperialism and literature in a modern world 31 Mar. 2000
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After Empire is a revealing window into identity and displaced cultures. The novelists featured are themselves unique writers and have interesting personal journies that are reflected in the book. While at first reading the book may appear academic in approach, it is certainly not an intimidating read for those with an interest in literature and the way in which race, ethnicity and culture form individual and national identity. An intellectually challenging and fascinating exploration of the perspectives of the colonisers and the colonised .
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