Imagining an Ontological Strip-Tease

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Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 80%, Jadavpur University, course: MA (Postgraduate) in English- Second Year, Fourth Semester, Core Course on Postcolonial Literature, language: English, abstract: This essay explores the ways in which "nudity" operated as a space for ideological contestation in the nationalist and anti-colonial discourses of Bengal in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and also exhibits how the legacy of this contestation over the topos of nudity continues into the postcolonial Bengali culture. The author discusses three small but significant texts by three anti-colonial and postcolonial Bengali writers and investigates the issues of gender, racism and imperialism that constellate around the trope of nudity. Besides, the work engages in the exploration of the possibilities of articulating an "ontological strip-tease", based on the Indian philosophico-spiritual system of Vedantic vichara, which can destabilize the "thingifying" gaze of the postmodern consumer culture that reifies human bodies and souls.

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Anway Mukhopadhyay specializes in English and Comparative Literature. He has a brilliant academic record throughout, and has published papers in eminent journals in India, Australia and the USA. His book, 'Do You Love Me, Master?, the Place of Eros in the Master-Slave Dialectic'(Saarbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2010) blends erotic philosophy and Hegelian phenomenology, thereby constructing an erotic critique of the triumphant 'spirit' in Hegel's philosophy, insisting that we bring back the desiring body into the discussion of politics and morality, and erotically revolutionize the inter-male relationships that are, within a patriarchal, heteronormative setup, modelled on the master-slave dialectic.

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