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Gender and Colonial Space

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Gender and Colonial Space

Gender and colonial space by Sara Mills Drawing on a wide range of literary and non-literary texts in order to provide a fresh, more materialistic approach to postcolonial theory, this text demonstrates the importance of gender in the postc.... Published date on: 2005 with total page: 199 pages. Publisher of Gender and Colonial Space is Manchester University Press.

Drawing on a wide range of literary and non-literary texts in order to provide a fresh, more materialistic approach to postcolonial theory, this text demonstrates the importance of gender in the postcolonial theorising of space, examining a range of contexts across India, Africa, America, Australia and Britain.

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