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Leigh Dale, Simon Ryan. Leigh Dale is a Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Queensland.

Leigh Dale, Simon Ryan. The body is increasingly understood as being at the centre of colonial and post-colonial relationships and textual productions. She has published in the field of Australian and post-colonial literature and is the author of The English Men: Professing Literature in Australian Universities. Simon Ryan is a Lecturer in the School of Arts and Sciences, Australian Catholic University. He is the author of The Cartographic Eye: How Explorers Saw Australia. Библиографические данные.

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Leigh DALE & Simon RYAN: The Body in the Library. Beryl LANGER: Complicit Bystanders: Post-Colonial Bodies and Imperial Crime. John FROW: Bodies in Pieces. Shane WILCOX: The Sacrificial Body. Bodies in the Contact Zone. Jo-Ann WALLACE: A Class Apart: Josephine Butler and Regulated Prostitution in British India, 1888-1893. Chris PRENTICE: No Body at Home: (Un)Homely Post-Colonial Metahistories.

Leigh Dale is a Lecturer in the Department of English .

Leigh Dale is a Lecturer in the Department of English, University of Queensland. The Body in the Library 33. cilt/Cross/cultures : readings in the post/colonial literatures in English.

Leigh Dale Publications Books Postcolonial Past & Present: Negotiating Literary and Cultural Geographies. The Body in the Library. Ed. Leigh Dale and Simon Ryan. Cross/Cultures: Essays in the Post/Colonial Literatures. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1998. E. with Anne Collett. Amsterdam: Rodopi/Brill, 2018.

The body, on the other hand, must be a wildly improbable and highly sensational body. Such were the terms of the problem, but for some years they remained as such, represented only by a few lines of writing in an exercise book

The body, on the other hand, must be a wildly improbable and highly sensational body. Such were the terms of the problem, but for some years they remained as such, represented only by a few lines of writing in an exercise book. Then, staying one summer for a few days at a fashionable hotel by the seaside I observed a family at one of the tables in the dining room; an elderly man, a cripple, in a wheeled chair, and with him was a family party of a younger generation. Fortunately they left the next day, so that my imagination could get to work unhampered by any kind of knowledge.

Dale, Leigh, and Ryan, Simon (eds), The Body in the Library. Eltis, David, and Richardson, David, Routes to Slavery: direction, ethnicity and mortality in the Atlantic slave trade. Cross-cultures 33, Amsterdam: Rodolphi, 1998, 272 p. 4. 0, ISBN 90 420 0753 2 hard covers, 1. 0, ISBN 90 420 0743 5 paperback. London: Frank Cass, 1997, 151 p. 2. 0, ISBN 0 5 hard covers, 1. 0, ISBN 0 4 paperback. Gordon, . Not yet African. Appendix - Gerhard Roth: Bibliography 1966 - 1983.

The Body in the Library is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in February 1942 and in UK by the Collins Crime Club in May of the same year

The Body in the Library is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in February 1942 and in UK by the Collins Crime Club in May of the same year. The novel features her fictional amateur detective, Miss Marple.

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The Cartographic Eye: How Explorers Saw Australia. ISBN 9780521577915 (978-0-521-57791-5) Softcover, Cambridge University Press, 1996. Coauthors & Alternates. Simon Ryan at LibraryThing.

The body is increasingly understood as being at the centre of colonial and post-colonial relationships and textual productions. Creating and circulating images of the undisciplined body of the 'other' was and is a critical aspect of colonialism. Likewise, resistance to colonial practices was also frequently corporeal, with indigenous peoples appropriating, parodying, and subverting those European practices which were used to signify the 'civilized' status of the colonizing body. The Body in the Library reads representations of the corporeal in texts of empire; case studies include: gendered representations of corporeality medical régimes ethnography and photography in the Pacific cultural transvestism in theatre disease and colonial knowledge generation 'freak shows' and colonial exhibits cinematic representations of bodies geography and the metaphorization of land as a penetrable body marketing the body organ transplants and the limits of the post-colonial paradigmIn viewing colonialism and resistance as a bodily phenomenon, The Body in the Library enables new perspectives on the process of colonization and resistance. It is an important resource for teachers and students of colonial and post-colonial literatures.
The Body In The Library. (Cross/Cultures) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Leigh Dale,Simon Ryan
ISBN: 9042007532
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Brill Rodopi (January 1998)