When white light hits glass one of two things can happen. Either you have an image, which is faithful if somewhat unexciting, or you have a glorious spectrum which though beautiful is rather a distortion. Light from the past passes… Read More ›
Dalit Identity and Literary Criticism
The church bell rang Everyone entered in The ajan heard from mosque Everyone entered in The bell of temple rang Some entered in And some stood out.’ -Sharan Kumar Limbale, Marathi Dalit Writer. The construction of the nationalist historiography of… Read More ›
Postcolonialism’s Engagement with Language
Postcolonialism is characterized by the rejection of Western universalism and political imperialism, soon after independence gained by Asian and African countries, and an awareness that the colonizer’s language is permanently tainted and to write in it involves a subjugation to… Read More ›
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