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This book uses theory and in-depth textual criticism to explore how novelists from formerly colonized societies have exploited indigenous codes and conventions of aesthetic representation to transform the novel into an effective medium for cultural and political resistance to (neo)colonialism. Concentrating on novels written between the late 1940s and early 1990s in Africa, Polynesia, and the West Indies, it offers a fresh mode of postcolonial critique which takes account of the ideological impulses behind novelists' interpretation of the colonial experience.
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Chidi Okonkwo is Senior Lecturer in English at University College, Chester.
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