Home and Harem: Nation, Gender, Empire and the Cultures of Travel

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Moving across academic disciplines, geographical boundaries, and literary genres, "Home and Harem" examines how travel shaped ideas about culture and nation in nineteenth-century imperialist England and colonial India. Inderpal Grewal's study of the narratives and discourses of travel reveals the ways in which the colonial encounter created linked yet distinct constructs of nation and gender and explores the impact of this encounter on both English and Indian men and women. Reworking colonial discourse studies to include ...

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