CONSTRUCTING THE NATION: AN OUTLINE OF SALMAN RUSHDIE’S SHAME
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dr. divya. p
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The concept of Nation is a booming question among postcolonial writers that includes the nation’s central constructs and its artistic, philosophical, theoretical discourses. Postcolonial writings generally deal a nation’s geographical, economic, political and cultural themes and initiate how a nation represents both in the case of its own people and another world. Postcolonial literature tries to reconstruct the nation without colonial frame work.
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Unique Paper ID: 153124

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 605 - 607
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