IMPLANTING NATION/ALISM, PROBLEMATIZING ANGLO-INDIA/NS
AbstractThis article turns to literary sources to explore the ways in which differently positioned intellectuals presented varying conceptions of ‘nation’ and ‘community’, and how Anglo-Indian identity is situated with respect to these. She draws on works that span from the early nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century, namely Derozio, Tagore, and Manto, as well as writings about Anglo-Indians during the turbulent time of Partition
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