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Rushdie s Shame Postmodernism, Migrancy and Representation of Women

Rushdie's Shame: Postmodernism, Migrancy and Representation of Women Aijaz Ahmad The essential task of Third World novels, it is said, is to give appropriate form to the national experience and the range of questions that may be asked of these texts must predominantly refer to this experience. Consequently other kinds of questions have to be subordinated to the primacy of the authorised questions. It is with these other questions that the present essay is primarily concerned.

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