Home is Where the Food Is: Recurrent Motifs in Anglo-Indian Self-Representation
In this article Kathleen Cassity focuses on some of the motifs that collectively emerge from CTR’s anthology The Way We Are: An Anglo Indian Mosaic—a fluctuating and circular identity; a sometimes vexed sense of belonging that suggest an identity clearly more postcolonial than European; and the importance of food as an identity anchor.
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