Postcolonial Animal Tale from Kipling to Coetzee

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Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 2003 - 176 من الصفحات
This Book Offers Provocative New Readings Of Animal Narratives That Have Changed The Way We Think About Animals, Writing And Postcoloniality. It Is Contended That Animal Tales Are Much More Complex And Political Than Is Generally Assumed. By Discussing Several Well-Known Animal Tales By Canonical And Popular Writers In Their Cultural And Historical Context, It Is Argued That Animal Writing Enters The Contested Terrain Of Human Values And Ideologies, And That Many Famous Nineteenth- And Twentieth-Century Animal Narratives Address Questions Of Race, Gender And Nation.This Volume Consists Of An Introduction And Eight Chapters Dealing With The Representation Of The Animal In Postcolonial Contexts That Seek To Demonstrate As To How Postcolonial Theories Can Be Brought To Bear Upon Narratives Usually Read In A More Conventional Manner. The Authors Studied Include Beatrix Potter, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Ernest Thompson Seton, Percy Fitzpatrick, Joy Adamson, Gerald Durrell, J.M. Coetzee, Bernard Malamud And Paul Auster.

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Mapping Animal Spaces
1
Gender and Nation
20
ReReading Nation in Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle
38
Race Passing and WolfDogs in Jack Londons
56
Ernest Thompson Setons Animal Nation
76
TAMED LIONESSES AND WILD CURIOSITIES
94
Gerald Durrell and the Colonial Animal
111
HYBRID CANINES AND MORE SIMIAN OTHERS
128
Racialized Animals in Bernard Malamuds Gods
150
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