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Engaging History Through Postmodern Strategies: Coetzee’s Fiction in Context

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Imran Ahmad, M. A., B.Ed, M. Phil (English).
Rajpora Pulwama Kashmir (J&K) India- 192306.                                                                                                     Lecturer in English. School Education Deptt. Kashmir
(qemraan@yahoo.co.in)
And
Nadeem Jahangir Bhat, M.A., B.Ed, M.Phil (English)
Lecturer in English School Education Department. Kashmir
(nadeem8384@gmail.com)
                                                                                                                                                             
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Engaging History through Postmodern Strategies: Coetzee’s Fiction in Context
Postcolonial literature assumes not only an interrogative and castigating stance to the colonial practices of domination and exploitation but also explodes and explicates the means through which such enterprises are set in motion. In its attempt...

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