Table of contents for Civility and empire : literature and culture in British India, 1822-1922 / Anindyo Roy.


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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION									
1.	COLONIAL CIVILITY AND THE REGULATION OF SOCIAL DESIRE 	
2.	WRITING THE LIBERAL SELF IN JOHN STUART MILL: COLONIAL 
CIVILITY AND DISCIPLINARY REGIME					
3. 	POLICING THE BOUNDARIES: CIVILITY AND GENDER IN THE ANGLO-
	INDIAN ROMANCES, 1880-1900						
			
4.	"SAVAGE PURSUIT": MISSIONARY CIVILITY AND COLONIZATION IN E. 
M. FORSTER"S "THE LIFE TO COME"					
5.	CIVILITY AND THE COLONIAL BODY/STATE IN LEONARD WOOLF	
					
CONCLUSION									
BIBLIOGRAPHY									




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Anglo-Indian literature History and criticism, Literature and society India History 19th century, Literature and society India History 20th century, English literature Indic influences, British India Intellectual life, Imperialism in literature, Courtesy in literature, Colonies in literature, India In literature