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Redeeming Himself on Paper: The Violence of the Post-Colonial Closet. In Anna Livia and Kira Hall eds.
Language, Gender, and Sexuality. Prostitutes, Pedophiles, Flagellators, Transvestites, and Necrophiles. The Language of Lesbians. Lovely, Blooming, Fresh, and Gay: The Onomastics of Camp.
Linguistic and Cultural Aspects of the Terminology for Gays. Transgender Identities, Transnational Processes: Language of Identity in San Francisco and Amsterdam.
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Atkins, Dawn and Catherine Marston. Passing or Passed By: Disabilities and Queer Community. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Refusing to Get the Story Straight: Queer Narratives and the Possibility of a Cultural Rhetoric.
Surrogate Phonology and Transsexual Faggotry: Public Discourses of Gay Men. For information about this book, visit: A Dictionary of Polari and Gay Slang. The Lost Language of Gay Men. Lesbian and Gay Review, 3: Journal of Computer Mediated Communication Constructing Polari-Speaking Gay Identities: Sociological Review Monograph Series.
Linguistic factors involved in the continuity of heterosexism in Chilean society. University of Ottawa MA Thesis. The dialectic interaction between linguistic and geographical aspects of space: Analytical Categories and Identity of Discourses.
Les-being and Identity Politics.Magical realism, magic realism, or marvelous realism is a genre of narrative fiction and, more broadly, art (literature, painting, film, theatre, etc.) that, while encompassing a range of subtly different concepts, expresses a primarily realistic view of the real world while also adding or revealing magical elements.
It is sometimes called fabulism, in reference to . Midnight’s Children is an example of an attempt to refigure an alternative history for Ind- ia by plurality over national heterogeneity, and a text in which the historian and the narrator are complementary figures.
Postcolonial hybridity: The making of a Bollywood Lear in London In this respect, Manju in Life Goes On bears close resemblance to Salman Rushdie's “partitioned woman” in Midnight's Children, who stands not only for Saleem's maternal grandmother, seen .
Many non-Indian readers find the historical and cultural references in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children demanding. In his close reading of the novel, Neil ten Kortenaar offers post-colonial literary strategies for understanding Midnight's Children that also challenge some of the prevailing interpretations of the torosgazete.com: Neil ten Kortenaar.
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Time, Hybridity and the Nation in South Asia Elizabeth DeCicco, Cyclic Time In Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children James Pomar, Cultural and Textual Hybridity in Rushdie’s Satanic Verses.