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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52459
Doc. No:TL22413
Call number:‭1460555‬
Main Entry:Kyle Long
Title & Author:Ideology and infection in Joseph Conrad's “Heart of Darkness” and Tayeb Salih's “Season of Migration to the North”Kyle Long
College:The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:84
Abstract:Conrad's Heart of Darkness examines the brutality of colonization while simultaneously replicating the ideology that informs it. Conrad's vision of Africa as the temporal predecessor of Europe denies the African "savage" coevalness and creates a model for examining how colonialism denies the complexity of interaction between itself and the people it colonizes. Salih's Season of Migration to the North interacts with this model for colonial distancing using "a stereoscopic vision" that both rehearses and undermines colonial assumptions of otherness. Salih creates tension between the colonial assumptions of separation and the space of hybridity. He exposes the ideological, political, and economic hybridization of both the colonizer and subject and revalues the hybrid space through central characters who embody the collision of Western and Eastern identity.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; Sudan; Comparative literature; Modern literature; African literature; British and Irish literature; 0593:British and Irish literature; 0295:Comparative literature; 0316:African literature; 0298:Modern literature
Added Entry:E. Smith
Added Entry:The University of Alabama in Huntsville