Anglo-Indians and the Problem of Marginality
This paper deals with the causes and effects of marginality on both Anglo Indians and their foreign and Indian counterparts. The complex relation of marginality to issues of identity and diaspora are also included along with an attempt to apply Homi Bhabha’s theories and Raymond Williams’ structure of dominant, residual, and emergent cultures to the problem of marginality.
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