This book creates a theoretical framework for a study of postcolonial women writers by giving primary attention to literary and cultural productions that participate in the process of decolonizing from indigenous and colonial patriarchy and other forms of domination. Is it possible to simultaneously belong to and be exiled from a community in politics of the female body ketu h katrak argues that it is not only possible but common especially for women who have been subjects of colonial empires. Arguing that the postcolonial female body itself is constituted as a figure of exile and self alienation katrak projects a transnational feminist solidarity against states of domination or exception a solidarity that articulates feminist postcolonial theory with anticapitalist and democratic activism samir dayal associate professor of . Politics of the female body postcolonial women writers of the third world review gita rajan tulsa studies in womens literature volume 26 number 2 fall 2007 pp. Politics of the female body politics of the female body postcolonial women writers of the third world ketu h katrak rutgers university press
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