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By Margery Sabin

Dissenters and Mavericks reinvigorates the interdisciplinary research of literature, background, and politics via an method of examining that enables the voices heard in writing an opportunity to speak again, to exert strain at the presuppositions and personal tastes of a variety of readers. providing clean and provocative interpretations of either recognized and unusual texts--from colonial writers corresponding to Horace Walpole and Edmund Burke to twentieth-century Indian writers akin to Nirad Chaudhuri, V.S. Naipaul, and Pankaj Mishra--the ebook proposes a debatable problem to triumphing educational method within the box of postcolonial studies.

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