Writing under the Raj: Gender, Race, and Rape in the British Colonial Imagination, 1830-1947


Examining the rhetoric of rape in British and Anglo-Indian fiction of the 19th and early 20th centuries, Paxton shows how it reflects basic concepts in the social and sexual contracts defining the women's relationship to the nation state.


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