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Culture and imperialism / Edward W. Said

By: Said, Edward W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Vintage Books, 1994Description: xxviii, 380 p.ISBN: 9780679750543.Subject(s): POLITICA Y CULTURA | IMPERIALISMO EN LA LITERATURA | LITERATURA -- HISTORIA Y CRITICADDC classification: 809.894
Contents:
Chapter One - Overlapping Territories, Intertwined Histories I: Empire, Geography, and Culture II: Images of the Past, Pure and Impure III: Two Visions in Heart of Darkness IV: Discrepant Experiences V: Connecting Empire to Secular Interpretation Chapter: Two - Consolidated Vision I: Narrative and Social Space II: Jane Austen and Empire III: The Cultural Integrity of Empire IV: The Empire at Work: Verdi’s Aida V: The Pleasures of Imperialism VI: The Native Under Control VII: Camus and the French Imperial Experience VIII: A Note on Modernism Chapter Three - Resistance and Opposition I: There Are Two Sides II: Themes of Resistance Culture III: Yeats and Decolonization IV: The Voyage In and the Emergence of Opposition V: Collaboration, Independence, and Liberation Chapter Four - Freedom from Domination in the Future I: American Ascendancy: The Public Space at War II: Challenging Orthodoxy and Authority III: Movements and Migrations
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Referencias bibliográficas: p. [337]-361

Chapter One - Overlapping Territories, Intertwined Histories
I: Empire, Geography, and Culture
II: Images of the Past, Pure and Impure
III: Two Visions in Heart of Darkness
IV: Discrepant Experiences
V: Connecting Empire to Secular Interpretation
Chapter: Two - Consolidated Vision
I: Narrative and Social Space
II: Jane Austen and Empire
III: The Cultural Integrity of Empire
IV: The Empire at Work: Verdi’s Aida
V: The Pleasures of Imperialism
VI: The Native Under Control
VII: Camus and the French Imperial Experience
VIII: A Note on Modernism
Chapter Three - Resistance and Opposition
I: There Are Two Sides
II: Themes of Resistance Culture
III: Yeats and Decolonization
IV: The Voyage In and the Emergence of Opposition
V: Collaboration, Independence, and Liberation
Chapter Four - Freedom from Domination in the Future
I: American Ascendancy: The Public Space at War
II: Challenging Orthodoxy and Authority
III: Movements and Migrations

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