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Representing Poverty in the Anglophone Postcolonial World
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Sprache: Englisch
262 Seiten, with 8 figures, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-8471-1320-1
V&R unipress, Bonn University Press, 1. Edition 2021
Originally a concern primarily of social studies and economics, poverty has emerged as a... mehr
Representing Poverty in the Anglophone Postcolonial World

Originally a concern primarily of social studies and economics, poverty has emerged as a significant thematic focus and analytical tool in literary and cultural studies in the last two decades. The "new poverty studies" are dedicated to analyzing representations of poverty and the poor in literature and the visual arts, in the news media and in social practices. They aim at exploring the frameworks of representation that impact the affective and ethical responses of audiences to disenfranchised groups such as the poor. The contributions to this volume focus on representations of poverty in the Anglophone postcolonial world, exploring, for example, contemporary discourses on poverty in the UK, filmic representations of Nairobi slums or the agency of the poor in literature from India.

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