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Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 The Postcolonial Belly Laugh : Appetite and Its Suppression
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    y separately published work icon Social Semiotics vol. 2 no. 2 1992 Z1753764 1992 periodical issue 1992 pg. 21-39
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    y separately published work icon A Kingdom and a Place of Exile : Critical Essays on Postcolonial Women's Writing Dorothy Jones , Melissa Boyde (editor), Ultimo : University of Wollongong Press , 2010 Z1753760 2010 selected work criticism 'A Kingdom and a Place of Exile: Postcolonial Women Writers is a collection of essays by Dorothy Jones on postcolonial texts written by or about women. [...] Her essays examine a diverse array of texts, prinicipally by writers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Caribbean and India. Issues of migration, diaspora and race sit, often uneasily, alongside nation-building, masculinist settler myths and imperialist regimes in the postcolonial environments of these works. Many of Jones essays concern themselves with physical location and mapping as well as with imaginative territories inhabited by writers and readers.' [From the book's Introduction by Melissa Boyde, p. 5] Ultimo : University of Wollongong Press , 2010 pg. 70-81
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