6 edition of Comedy, fantasy, and colonialism found in the catalog.
Comedy, fantasy, and colonialism
Includes bibliographical references (p. -231) and index.
|Statement||edited by Graeme Harper.|
|LC Classifications||PN6147 .C57 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|ISBN 10||0826448666, 0826449190|
|LC Control Number||2001047581|
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And colonialism book together for the first time original work from international specialists, this book assesses the role and character of comedy and fantasy in colonial societies from India to Ireland, Australia to Cuba, Africa Comedy North America.
There are cross-cultural comparisons and consideration of both imperial responses and colonized resistance.5/5(1). Drawing fantasy for the first time original work from international specialists, this book assesses the role and character of comedy and fantasy in colonial societies from India to Ireland, Australia to Cuba, Africa to North America.
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There are cross-cultural comparisons and consideration of both imperial responses and colonized : Graeme Harper. Comedy, Fantasy and Colonialism provides a unique insight into the ways in which comedy and fantasy operate in colonial societies.
For both the colonized and the colonizers, comic and fantastic modes of story-telling, cultural exchange and social activity are shown to form an essential part of dealing iwht national and personal identity, independence, /5(2).
This work assesses the role and character of comedy and fantasy in colonial societies from India to Ireland, Australia to Cuba, Africa to North America. It deals with both oral and written traditions, the history of comic and fantastic discourse, visual, theatrical and literary representations.
COMEDY, FANTASY AND COLONIALISM Edited by Graeme Harper ^continuum LONDON • NEW YORK. Contents List of illustrations vii Contributors ix Acknowledgements xiii Introduction 1 CHAPTER ONE Displacement, dualism and belief: exploring colonial comedy and fantasy 9 Graeme Harper CHAPTER TWO Ukcombekcantsini and the fantastic: Zulu narratives.
Comedy, Fantasy and Colonialism provides a unique insight into the ways in which comedy and fantasy operate in colonial societies.
For both the colonized and the colonizers, comic and fantastic modes of story-telling, cultural exchange and social activity are shown to form an essential part of dealing iwht national and personal identity, independence, Author: Graeme Harper.
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