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Mobility and Anxious Cosmopolitanism: Jamaica Kincaid's Among Flowers
This essay focuses on a particular site of the transnational: mobility. Reading a contemporary travel narrative, Jamaica Kincaid's Among Flowers, it maps the articulation of a certain 'anxious cosmopolitanism'. Two intertwined ...
Cosmopolitanism and Subversion of 'Home' in Caryl Phillips's A Distant Shore
The novels of Caryl Phillips have most commonly been approached from post-colonial theoretical perspectives, a trend which appears entirely appropriate given their recurrent themes of immigration, ethnic discrimination and ...