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38.1 | 2015

Edited by Mathilde Rogez and Mélanie Joseph-Vilain

This issue examines the multifaceted forms of commitment in postcolonial literatures in English. Faced with specific challenges in a context where the pressure of politics and ideology is particularly strong, postcolonial writers have devised literary responses ranging from an endorsement of ideological issues to a refusal to directly “commit” their texts to immediate demands. The articles endeavour to show the specificities of various committed forms – novels, poems, anthologies, plays, music – so as to provide a vision as complete as possible of the debate over commitment in the postcolonial world.

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