Pensum/læringskrav

Romaner:

Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe, (1719).

E.M. Forster: A Passage to India, (1924).

J.M. Coetzee: Waiting for the Barbarians, (1980).

R.K. Narayan: The Vendor of Sweets, (1967).

Monica Ali: Brick Lane, (2003).

Noveller

Singh, Karma

Nadine Gordimer, Is there Nowhere Else Where We Can Meet

I tillegg: en novelle hver av Peter Carey, Yvonne du Fresne og en eller to afrikanske forfattere.

Teori:

Kompendium 'ENG2321 Colonial and Postcolonial Literature' (fås kjøpt på Kopiutsalget, Akademika):

  • Bhaba, Homi K., Ch 3: The Other Question. Stereotype, Discrimination and the Discourse of Colonialism i The Location of Culture. 1994. Routledge. ss.66 - 84
  • Fanon, Franz, Ch. 2: On National Culture i (Red.) Williams, Patrick & Chrisman, Laura Colonial Discourse and Post-Colonial Theory. A Reader. 1993. Harvester Wheatsheaf. ss.36 - 52
  • Hall, Stuart, Ch. 6: Cultural Identity and Diaspora i (Red.) Mongia, Padmini Contemporary Postcolonial Theory. A Reader. 1996. Arnold. ss.110 - 121
  • Hubel, Teresa, Ch. 7.1: From "Liberal Imperialism as a Passage to India" i (Red.) Childs, Peter Postcolonial Theory and English Literature. A Reader. 1999. Edinburgh University Press. ss.351 - 362
  • Phillips, Richard, Ch. 2.3: From "The Geography of Robinson Crusoe" i (Red.) Childs, Peter Postcolonial Theory and English Literature. A Reader. 1999. Edinburgh University Press. ss.120 - 127
  • Said, Edward W., Introduction + Ch. 1, part I and II i Culture and Imperialism. 1993. Vintage. ss.11 - 32 og 1 - 20

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