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Neocolonial Literature: A Collection of Critical Essays

Silima Nanda (Editor) Arati Biswal (Editor) Smita Sinha (Editor)

The neocolonial writers intended the pathos and emotive power of their works to instigate the oppressors to initiate a political and economic reorganization of society in the interest of the oppressed.. Neocolonial writers have established their challenges in narration and discursive terms.

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About the author

Smita Sinha

Smita Sinha holds M.A. Linguistics (Delhi), M.Phil., Linguistics (Delhi), Ph.D. Linguistics (BU) degrees. She has been teaching Linguistics as a faculty member in the Postgraduate Department of Linguistics, Berhampur University, Berhampur, Orissa, India, since completing her M.Phil. Dr. Sinha is an applied linguist and specializes in language teaching, socio-linguistics, gender studies and tribal studies. Her major publications include the edited book “Empowerment of Women: language and Other facets” and various articles in national and international journals.

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Bibliographic information

Title Neocolonial Literature: A Collection of Critical Essays
Format Hardcover
Date published: 13.07.2017
Edition 1st.ed.
Publisher Authorspress
Language: English
isbn 9789352074952
length 320p.