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Hartly House Calcutta - Phebe Gibbes
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[EAN: 9780195685640], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Oxford University Press, New Delhi], 49752, Written at the time of the Warren Hastings impeachment and set in the period of Hastings's Orientalist Government of India Hartly House Calcutta (1789) is a dramatic representation of the Anglo India encounter. This novel represents a key document in the literary representation of India and the imperial debate profoundly challenging pre existent discourses of Colonialism. At the time it set out to achieve Hastings's reconciliation between The People of England and The Natives of Hindostan in the belief that Hindu Civilization had much to teach the West. Beyond offering a radical feminization of India it introduced an open and sentimentalized version of the indological scholarship which facilitated romantic orientalism in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The openness of Gibbes's heroine Sophia Goldborne to Hindu culture and her determination to learn its fundamental tenets from a young Brahman Pandit are based upon the tolerance and pluralism of this brief period of sympathetic and syncretic admiration in Indo British history. From the standpoints of both materialist feminist scholarship and postcolonial theory Hartly House Calcutta problematizes the intricate relationships between mercantile capitalism colonial trade issues of race religion and class national identity and British constructions of gender within the colony and the metropolis. An informed introduction and notes on the text by the editor are included. The novel about India was developed by women writers and Phebe Gibbes's Hartly House Calcutta is the first important example of this fascinating sub genre which includes Elizabeth Hamilton's Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah (1796) and Lady Morgan's (Sydney Owenson's) The Missionary An Indian Tale (1811). The novel will be of interest to students and critics of postcolonialism and gender studies especially those who study indology in revisionary analysis. It will also appeal to the general reader and all those with a penchant for Raj Literature. 222 pp.

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[PU: Oxford University Press], CONDITION: NEW -- BINDING: Hardcover ~ Condition: NEW ~ Written at the time of the Warren Hastings impeachment and set in the period of HastingsÆs Orientalist government of India, Hartly House, Calcutta (1789) is a dramatic representation of the Anglo-Indian encounter. This novel represents a key document in the literary representation of India and the imperial debate, profoundly challenging pre-existent discourses of colonialism. At the time, it set out to achieve HastingsÆs reconciliation between æthe People of EnglandÆ and æthe Natives of HindostanÆ, in the belief that Hindu civilization had much to teach the West. Beyond offering a radical feminization of India, it introduced an open and sentimentalized version of the Indological scholarship, which facilitated Romantic Orientalism in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The openness of GibbesÆs heroine Sophia Goldborne to Hindu culture, and her determination to learn its fundamental tenets from a young Brahman pandit are based upon the tolerance and pluralism of this brief period of sympathetic and syncretic admiration in Indo-British history.From the standpoints of both materialist feminist scholarship and postcolonial theory, Hartly House, Calcutta problematizes the intricate relationships between mercantile capitalism, colonial trade, issues of race, religion, and class, national identity, and British constructions of gender within the colony and the metropolis. An informed introduction and notes on the text by the editor are included.222 pages ~ Isbn: 0195685644 ~ language: English ~ Year: 2007 ~ Binding: Hardcover ~ Contents AcknowledgementsNotes on the TextIntroductionHARTLEY HOUSE, CALCUTTAVolume IVolume IIVolume IIIExplanatory NotesSelect Bibliography Fiction/Novel

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195685640
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195685644
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
270 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,431 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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