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Brewster reads The Man from the Sunrise Side, looking at 'social technologies of recall,' including 'life writing, archival photos, Indigenous rock painting,' and Indigenous conceptions of land (85).
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yCritics and Writers Speak : Revisioning Post-Colonial StudiesIgor Maver
Lanham:Lexington Books,2006Z13626522006anthology criticism 'This book of new critical essays and interviews [...] provides a forum for discussion, revision and interrogation of the current practice of post-colonial studies, intervening in the current debates on post-colonialim by looking at a number of literary case studies within the context of the former British Empire' (2). The three interviews are with Peter Carey, Trinh T. Minh-ha, and Opal Palmer Adisa.Lanham:Lexington Books,2006