Njeri Githire's Cannibal Writes: Eating Others in Caribbean and Indian Ocean PDF

By Njeri Githire

Postcolonial and diaspora reports students and critics have paid expanding consciousness to using metaphors of meals, consuming, digestion, and diverse affiliated activities akin to lack of urge for food, indigestion, and regurgitation. As such stylistic units proliferated within the works of non-Western girls writers, students attached metaphors of consuming and intake to colonial and imperial domination.

 

In Cannibal Writes, Njeri Githire concentrates at the gendered and sexualized dimensions of those visceral metaphors of intake in works via girls writers from Haiti, Jamaica, Mauritius, and somewhere else. applying theoretical research and insightful readings of English- and French-language texts, she explores the prominence of alimentary-related tropes and their dating to sexual intake, writing, worldwide geopolitics and fiscal dynamics, and migration. As she exhibits, using cannibalism specifically as a principal motif opens up privileged modes for mediating ancient and sociopolitical issues.

 

Ambitiously comparative, Cannibal Writes levels around the works of recognized and lesser recognized writers to tie jointly geographic and cultural areas that experience a lot in universal yet are seldom studied in parallel.

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