He holds controversial ideas on religion and women

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Unformatted text preview: “wogs and darkies.” He holds controversial ideas on religion and women writers, expressing the view that women’s writing is inferior to men’s. His subject matter is life in post‐colonial settings as he looks at what empires do to people in a moral sense and the history of conquered people. In 2007, he made a long‐awaited return to Trinidad where he urged the population to lose the idea of being Indian or African and focus on being Trinidadian. His writing explores the world of colonialism, people’s treatments of others, and the meaning of culture and history. IDENTIFY SETTING 1. What is the setting of the story? IDENTIFY CHARACTERS 2. 3. Identify the protagonist and provide details of his character. Who is the antagonist in the story? Give details...
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