Hunter/Victim

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Theorizing such an overdetermined position would require rethinking the Englishness of midcentury British poetry and the extent of the hybridity of Anglo-Welsh writing. Some scholars attempt to solve this problem by arguing that the term should denote works written after colonization, not only those created after independence; but that would be "postcolonization" literature. Though Sinn Fein did not openly advocate armed rebellion, Griffiths always believed that Irish independence required the use of armed force.

Pages: 256

Publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd; First Edition edition (May 5, 1988)

ISBN: 0413181502

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