Derek Walcott and Omeros

Derek Walcott and Omeros - Derek Walcott and Omeros 17:08...

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Derek Walcott and  Omeros 17:08 FINAL Worth 20% of final grace Will only be slightly longer than the midterm A two exam part Part 1: focus on important concepts and close-reading (non-cumulative) Part 2: essay (option to write on a text from before the midterm) BASCOM 165 10:05-12:05 Sunday morning Dec. 20 th Colonialism, modernism, fragmentation, idea of the image, pastiche, postmodernism etc. Globalization and the Postcolonial Globalism, cosmopolitanism, and language Linguistic colonialism (the hegemony of “standard English”) Linguistic intersections: the idea of a patois/Creole THE POSTCOLONIAL : the designation “postcolonial” has been used to describe writing and reading practices grounded in colonial experience occurring outside of Europe but as a consequence of European expansion and exploitation of “other” worlds. Postcolonial literature is constituted in counter discursive practices. Postcolonial writing is also related to other concepts that have resulted from internal colonialization, such as the repression of minority groups
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course ENG 216 taught by Professor Ewell during the Fall '10 term at Wisconsin.

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