Reading the Animal in the Literature of the British Raj
by Shefali Rajamannar
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0230114490 | 232 pages | PDF | 3,3 MB
[COLOR=#009900 !important]the Animal
[/COLOR] in the
[/COLOR] of the British Raj explores representations of animals during British rule
[COLOR=#009900 !important]in India
[/COLOR]--the tigers, elephants, boars, furs, and feathers that sometimes all but obscured
[COLOR=#009900 !important]the human
[/COLOR] beneath and behind them, and that were integral in the creation and maintenance of the hierarchies of colonialism. The book exists on two levels: one offers a sophisticated view of how power and oppression work within constellations of species, race, class, gender, and nationhood, and the other is a deeply suggestive meditation on our humanness and how we locate it within a spectrum of relations.
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