Colonialism in Kipling,Conrad,Forster and Orwell: a study of Kim (1901),Heart of Darkness (1902),A Passage to India (1924) and Burmese Days (1934)

Eken, Ali Nihat


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Was British imperialism in India an authoritarian rule or a collaborative one? How did the Indians resist, react, or adapt to the modernity introduced by the British? How did the British respond to their Indian context? Did the colonisers transplant western ideology and institutions without experiencing an exchange of ideas and practices in return? To deal with these questions, the study focuses on the architectural developments in Karachi during the British Raj (1858-1947) and investigates how the reforms ...
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This study analyzes the representation of women and modernization in Tunisian society by looking at Tunisian films produced in Tunisia after 1980. Study aims to develop a new concept to understand modernization process of women in a non-western, Muslim, and North African society through representations in films. Women’s modernization process has been analyzed through the qualitative analyses of five Tunisian films by focusing on conceptualization of women issue as one of the main elements of Tunisian modern...
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Virginia Woolf is a leading figure in feminist literature and criticism. Woolf’s novels constitute the main channel through which her feminist ideas are expressed. The Voyage Out (1915), To the Lighthouse (1927), Orlando (1928) and Flush (1933) are the novels through which it is possible to see how Woolf sabotages the notions of stability and certainty, on which patriarchal ideology rests. Woolf’s characters wrestle with the so-called domestic sphere in which women are entrapped to serve men, reveal the wea...
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Citation Formats
A. N. Eken, “Colonialism in Kipling,Conrad,Forster and Orwell: a study of Kim (1901),Heart of Darkness (1902),A Passage to India (1924) and Burmese Days (1934),” Middle East Technical University, 1990.