Table of contents for Rethinking postcolonialism : colonialist discourse in modern literatures and the legacy of classical writers / Amar Acheraiou.


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Acknowledgements
Introduction
PART 1 - COLONIALIST DISCOURSE: A RHETORICAL AND IDEOLOGICAL PALIMPSEST
Modern Europe and Classical Connections
Imperial Ideology: Between Totality and Differentiation
Impact of Classical Discourse of Barbarism on Modern Colonial Taxonomies
Colonialism: From Hegemony to Infantilism
Modernist Writers, Classical Ideal, and Empire
PART II - MODERNIST LITERATURE AND COLONIALISM: BETWEEN CONTEXT AND COMPLICITY
Modernism, Modernity and Imperialism
Culture, Civilisation and Inter-Racial Encounters: Joseph Conrad's Almayers' Folly
Redeeming the Colonial Idea: Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness
Pedagogy of Re-Colonialisation of the Peaceful Re-Conquest: Andre Gide's Voyage au Congo
Split Between Radical Rhetoric and Conservative Practices: Graham Greene's Journey Without Maps
Getting out of the 'Nightmares' of History and 'Stiff' Imperial Culture: Albert Camus
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Imperialism in literature.
Imperialism.