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Towards an ethno-global cosmopolitanism: Self-fashioning in South Asian American women's literature
This dissertation examines the representations of identity formation and transnational experiences of women in the literary narratives of South Asian American women writers, namely, Meena Alexander, Bharati Mukherjee, ...
Reading Ulysses in a postmodern world
James Joyce's Ulysses has inspired a substantial body of scholarly criticism since its publication in 1922. The main thrust of these critiques has been focused on its innovative style and its accuracy in portraying Dublin ...
La transnarrationalite euro-maghrebine: Mouvement et ecriture identitaires dans la litterature contemporaine de l'homosocial marocain
This study explores the development of contemporary Moroccan queer literature written in French since 1995 and how it attests to a literary trend called transnarrationalité. It bases its approach in part on existing studies ...