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    • Book DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CCOL0521826942
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The Cambridge Companion to Postcolonial Literary Studies, first published in 2004, offers a lucid introduction and overview of one of the most important strands in recent literary theory and cultural studies. The volume aims to introduce readers to key concepts, methods, theories, thematic concerns, and contemporary debates in the field. Drawing on a wide range of disciplines, contributors explain the impact of history, sociology and philosophy on the study of postcolonial literatures and cultures. Topics examined include everything from anti-colonial nationalism and decolonisation to globalisation, migration flows, and the 'brain drain' which constitute the past and present of 'the postcolonial condition'. The volume also pays attention to the sociological and ideological conditions surrounding the emergence of postcolonial literary studies as an academic field in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The Companion turns an authoritative, engaged and discriminating lens on postcolonial literary studies.

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'… excellent introductory chapters to The Cambridge Companion to Postcolonial Literary Studies. In bringing the postcolonial narrative up to date with the present geopolitical role of the US, Lazarus has achieved a first.'

Source: The Times Higher Education Supplement

'… an excellent foundation text for students and teachers alike … the coverage and coherence of this companion is exceptional.'

Source: Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory

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