Thursday, 24 July 2014

The Local and the Global in Postcolonial Literature

The Local and the Global in Postcolonial Literature by Punyashree Panda from Authorspress.

While Dealing With Various Postcolonial Themes, The Book The Local And The Global In Postcolonial Literature aims At Defining The Concept Of ‘glocalization’ That Would Make A Sensible Fusion Of Both Local And Global Values. This Is An Ambitious And Interlinked Collection Of Essays Trying To Capture The New Relationships Between Home And Abroad, Local And Global.

The Contributors Have Tried To Deal With The Issues With Historical, Political, Social, Economical, And Anthropological Perspective. This Book Attempts At Providing The Defining, Comparative, And Synoptic Aspects Of Diaspora, Identity, Globalization, And Multiculturalism. This Book Does Not Confine Itself To A Particular Age, Genre, Or Geographical Space But Ranges Over Different Literatures Of Various Nations, Continents, And Sub Continents.

While Dealing With Diverse And Ever-changing Postcolonial Issues Such As Marginality, Subalternity, Identity, Diaspora, Migration, Displacement, Relocation, Globalization, Transnationality, And Multiculturalism, The Book Attempts To Discover The Common Thread That Binds The ‘local’ And ‘global’ Ethics Together.

In our Literature section, Rs. 995, in hardback, 240 pages, ISBN: 9788172738815

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