Table of contents for Postcolonial studies : a materialist critique / Benita Parry.

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Part One: Directions and Dead Ends in Postcolonial Studies
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2	Problems in Current Theories of Colonial Discourse
3	Resistance Theory/Theorizing Resistance
4	Signs of the Times
5	Liberation Theory: Variations on Themes of Marxism and Modernity
6	Internationalism revisited or In praise of Internationalism
Part Two: The Imperial Imaginary
7	Reading the Signs of Empire in Metropolitan Fiction
8	The Content and Discontents of Kipling's Imperialism
9	Narrating Imperialism: Beyond Conrad's Dystopias 
10	Tono-Bungay, or the Failed Electrification of the Empire of Light
11	Materiality and Mystification in A Passage to India
12	Reconciliation and Remembrance

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Commonwealth literature (English) History and criticism Theory, etc, English literature History and criticism Theory, etc, Decolonization Great Britain Colonies, Great Britain Colonies In literature, Postcolonialism Commonwealth countries, Commonwealth countries In literature, Postcolonialism in literature, Decolonization in literature, Materialism in literature, Imperialism in literature, Colonies in literature