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Padamsee, Alex

Representations of Indian Muslims in British Colonial Discourse

Padamsee, Alex - Representations of Indian Muslims in British Colonial Discourse, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Alex Padamsee

Part I. ‘Not at His Best in India’

2. Indian Muslims and India
Alex Padamsee

3. Identification and Disavowal in Colonial Representations
Alex Padamsee

4. The ‘Heroic Self-denial’ of ‘Christian Rulers’
Alex Padamsee

Part II. 1857: Raising the Green Flag

5. The Historiography of Muslim ‘Conspiracy’
Alex Padamsee

6. The Pre-‘Mutiny’ Discourse on Indian Muslims
Alex Padamsee

7. Alfred Lyall: A Writer of the Known and the Knowable
Alex Padamsee

8. Fantasy and Civilian Identity
Alex Padamsee

9. Forms of Prophylaxis in Civilian ‘Mutiny’ Accounts
Alex Padamsee

10. Some Preliminary Conclusions
Alex Padamsee

Part III. The Indo-Muslim ‘Stranger’

11. Sorting the Inside from the Outside
Alex Padamsee

12. ‘A Wild and Ardent Faith’: Testing Oppositions in the Post-‘Mutiny’ Discourse
Alex Padamsee

13. Conclusion
Alex Padamsee

Keywords: Literature, Postcolonial/World Literature, History of Britain and Ireland, Asian History, Modern History, History of South Asia

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
274 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230512474
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-54344-1

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