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|Title: ||Review of 'Out of Africa: Post-structuralism's colonial roots' by Pal Ahluwalia.|
|Authors: ||Driver, Dorothy|
|Keywords: ||Pal Ahluwalia|
'Out of Africa'
|Issue Date: ||2-May-2011|
|Abstract: ||Note on Reprint Received: In the review of Pal Ahluwalia’s 'Out of Africa: Post-structuralism’s Colonial Roots' in the May 2011 issue of Transnational Literature, Dorothy Driver included a final paragraph on the careless editing evident in the book. After receiving the review Routledge contacted us to advise that they had identified this error shortly after publication, and they had since corrected the issues, pulped all remaining stock, and reprinted the book. Transnational Literature received a copy of the reprint some months later. Dorothy Driver reports that a habitual error made in the book – the misuse of the term ‘cited in’ – has now been ironed out.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 3, Issue 2, May 2011|
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