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Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin, eds., The Post-Colonial Studies Reader, Routledge, 1995.

This anthology provides the most comprehensive selection
of texts in postcolonial theory and criticism
to date, featuring ninety of the discipline's most
widely read works. Well-known theorists, such as
Edward Said, Gayatri Spivak, and Homi Bhaba, are
represented, and their essays have been edited for
clarity and accessibility.





Ganguly, Sumit, Conflict Unending, Columbia University Press, 2002.

Ganguly presents a concise, dispassionate summary
of each Indo-Pakistani conflict since 1947, foregrounding
the two countries' claims to Kashmir.

Kak, Subhash, Secrets of Ishbar: Poems on Kashmir and Other Landscapes, Manohar Publishers, 2000.

The first part of this book details the author's memories
of Kashmir, and the second part describes landscapes
of his imagination. Critics claim Kak is one
of India's finest poets.


Said, Edward, Orientalism, Vintage Books, 1978.

Said's study of how the West has historically represented
the "Arab" world ranks as...

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