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Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin, eds., The Empire Writes Back, Routledge, 1990.

This accessible study surveys new writing in cultures
as diverse as India, Australia, the West Indies, Africa,
and Canada and details many of the debates that animate
postcolonial discourse.


—, 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. All the well-known theorists such
as Said, Spivak, and Homi Bhaba are represented as
well, and their essays have been edited for clarity and
accessibility.





Fanon, Frantz, Black Skin, White Masks, Grove, 1967.

Fanon leans heavily on his personal experience in this
book to show how his intellectual and emotional
world, as well as his country, has been colonized by
the French.


Said, Edward, Orientalism, Vintage Books, 1978.

Said's study of how the West has historically represented...

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