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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Literature, Works, , language: English, abstract: Rudyard Kipling's confident championing of imperialism seems to be lacking in documentation of the resistances to colonialism in India, as well as a representation of India as it was at that point of time. It has been argued here that Kipling's India, especially in Kim is true to the spirit of the Orientalists, not India. After a symptomatic reading of this signs in Kim, the paper takes stock of the trajectory of Kim/Kipling criticism within the postcolonial field.…mehr

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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Literature, Works, , language: English, abstract: Rudyard Kipling's confident championing of imperialism seems to be lacking in documentation of the resistances to colonialism in India, as well as a representation of India as it was at that point of time. It has been argued here that Kipling's India, especially in Kim is true to the spirit of the Orientalists, not India. After a symptomatic reading of this signs in Kim, the paper takes stock of the trajectory of Kim/Kipling criticism within the postcolonial field.
Autorenporträt
Jaydeep Chakrabarty, PhD is an Assistant Professor of English at Assam University, India. He has been into postgraduate teaching and research since 2004. His areas of interest are British Literature, Literary and Critical Theory, Postcolonial Literature and Medieval Bangla Literature. His major publications include three books Edward Said and the Great Tradition, Edward Said: Texts in Context and The English Department and a large number of research papers in national and international journals