The refugee as a marker of the limits of tolerance and belonging in Andrea Levy s loose change



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This thesis analyzes the relationship between the capitalist system and the individual in Edward Bond’s plays, Saved, Lear, Red, Black and Ignorant and The Tin Can People. Bond argues that the capitalist system is irrational and cruel since it violates the individual’s inherent right to freedom, to dignity and to the pursuit of happiness. The capitalist system in Bond’s mind shares some certain features with Karl Marx’s analysis of the capitalists system. These features are the class conflict, inequality an...
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Since the 1950s, the Uyghur diaspora communities have engaged in a wide array of activities to transnationalize the case of Uyghurs in the homeland. Uyghur diaspora have traditionally organized around associations and worked towards transnationalizing the homeland cause through conferences, press releases, printed materials such as books and journals as well as booklets and pamphlets. For the last decade or so though, Uyghur diaspora groups are benefiting from a new means of communication, the Internet. By ...
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E. Öztabak Avcı, “The refugee as a marker of the limits of tolerance and belonging in Andrea Levy s loose change,” presented at the International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture - Mapping Cultural Identitie: Translations and Intersections, (25 - 26 Mayıs 2018), Bükreş, Romanya, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: