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On the Winds and Waves of Imagination: Transnational Feminism and Literature: Studies in Woolf, Wicomb and Walker (Wellesley Studies in Critical Theory, Literary History & Culture) Hardcover – 31 Aug 2000


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"Richards generates a tremendous amount of enthusiasm in her book. By catching the currents of postcolonial thought and cross-linking them with feminist literary criticism, she gives another boost to the scholarhsip in the field."-Tuzyline Jita Allan, Baruch College, Woolf Studies Annual, Volume 8, 2002

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The transatlantic slave trade and the projects of exploration and development, or invasion and colonization (depending upon where one is located), have led to a contemporary global configuration in which displacement, exile, and alien domination are forces with which to be reckoned in any form of identity politics. Read the first page
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