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This publication examines the various responses of colonized humans to metropolitan principles and to indigenous traditions. Going past the normal isolation of mimeticism and hybridity and criticizing Homi Bhabha s influential therapy of the previous Hogan bargains a lucid, usable theoretical constitution for research of the postcolonial phenomena, with ramifications extending past postcolonial literature. constructing this constitution in terms of significant texts by means of Derek Walcott, Jean Rhys, Chinua Achebe, Earl Lovelace, Buchi Emecheta, Rabindranath Tagore, and Attia Hosain, Hogan additionally offers an important cultural heritage for realizing those and different works from an identical traditions."

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