Transnational lives, relational selves: South Asian diasporic memoirs
Though the study of life writing within postcolonial contexts has witnessed a steady acceleration of critical interest in the last two decades, it has largely been focused on questions of either marginality and difference or hybridity and transnationalism. These are seen as exemplifying their exilic perspective which seems to evoke an aesthetic capable of transcending spatio-temporal constraints under conditions of globalisation As a consequence of this...[Show more]
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