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Archipelagic Literature : Beyond a Concentric Conception of Culture (Review)

Møller-Olsen, Astrid LU (2017)
Abstract
In his recent study, Brian Bernards analyses the motif of the Nanyang (the South Seas) in postcolonial fiction from Malaysia, Thailand, Borneo, Singapore and Taiwan. Through a focus on the integration, assimilation and confrontation between (descendants of) Chinese settlers and the local populations, Bernards’s analyses reveal the internal heterogeneity of each perceived group.
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Chinese literature, sinophone studies, postcolonial literature, translingualism, New Culture movement
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newbooks.asia
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English
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  author       = {Møller-Olsen, Astrid},
  keyword      = {Chinese literature,sinophone studies,postcolonial literature,translingualism,New Culture movement},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {10},
  publisher    = {newbooks.asia},
  title        = {Archipelagic Literature : Beyond a Concentric Conception of Culture (Review)},
  year         = {2017},
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