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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 White Nation Fantasy, the Imperialist Streak and the Lingering Empire : A Contrapuntal Reading of Christopher Koch's Fiction
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    y separately published work icon Perennial Empires : Postcolonial, Transnational, and Literary Perspectives Chantal Zabus (editor), Silvia Nagy-Zekmi (editor), Youngstown : Cambria Press , 2011 Z1766807 2011 anthology criticism 'What defines an empire? What are the attributes of the new empire? The word Empire augurs new forms of sovereignty that have toppled the “nation-state” and “imperialism,” which was engendered by the European powers during the process of colonization. The contributors to this volume attempt to pin down this tentacular, insidious morph and extend the application of postcolonial theories to reflect not only on the traditional relations between colonizer and colonized but also on those between metropolis and colonies in the Maghreb, France, Latin America, England, the United States, the Caribbean, and Australia' (Publisher website) Youngstown : Cambria Press , 2011 pg. 153-167
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