By Elleke Boehmer,Sarah De Mul,Frances Gouda,Theo D'haen,Sarah Bracke,Nadia Fadil,Isabel Hoving,Pamela Pattynama,Louise Viljoen,Liesbeth Minnaard,Henriette Louwerse,Mireille Rosello,Murat Aydemir,Ieme van der Poel
In the Low nations, neighborhood and local matters pertaining to multiculturalism and colonial belatedness have raised vital questions about the prospective grounds on which postcolonial severe techniques may be not just translated but in addition generated afresh, to fit those ironically new contexts. As The Postcolonial Low Countries incisively demonstrates, the Low nations call for a cautious rearticulation of such postcolonial ‘readymades’ as hybridity, lodging and creolization.
Gathering jointly contributions from either the world over well known students and newly proven researchers within the box, The Postcolonial Low Countries maps formerly underexplored nationwide and transnational literary severe trajectories. The publication demanding situations in boundary moving methods present readings of the so-described multicultural and postcolonial Netherlands and Belgium.
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The Postcolonial Low Countries: Literature, Colonialism, and Multiculturalism by Elleke Boehmer,Sarah De Mul,Frances Gouda,Theo D'haen,Sarah Bracke,Nadia Fadil,Isabel Hoving,Pamela Pattynama,Louise Viljoen,Liesbeth Minnaard,Henriette Louwerse,Mireille Rosello,Murat Aydemir,Ieme van der Poel