Postcolonial London: Rewriting the Metropolis

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Index

a
Achebe, Chinua 107
Adebayo, Diran 162
Africa 3 , 44 , 56 , 63 , 84 , 94 -5, 100 , 179 , 181 , 186 , 192 ;
African 5 , 19 , 25 -8, 40 , 42 , 45 , 46 , 48 , 57 , 93 , 97 , 108 , 158 -9, 179 ;
Afro-Caribbean 128 ;
Afro-Cuban 46
Ahmad, Aijaz 148
Ali, Monica 194
Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin 128 -9, 160 -2
Alomes, Stephen 6
architecture of power 10 - 11 , 15 , 26
Ashcroft, Bill 12 - 13
Asia 28 , 63 , 84 , 94 , 192 ;
Asian 93 , 108 , 128 , 140 -1, 148 , 159 , 164 , 173 ;
Asians 134
see also Bangladeshi, India, Pakistan, South Asia, Sri Lankans
Australia 22 , 28 , 40 , 45 , 189 ;
Australian 6 ;
Australians 4 , 84

b
Baartman, Saartje 121
Baldwin, James 108 , 153 , 155 ;
The Fire Next Time153
Balham 4 , 22 , 68 , 163 , 165 , 168 -9
Bangladeshi 4 , 148
Barbados 28
Battersea 114 , 116 ;
Fun Fair 165 ;
Power Station 183 , 186
Baucom, Ian 63 , 72 , 151 -2
Bayswater 73 ;
Bayswater Road 27 , 32 , 34 , 37
Beginner, Lord (Egbert Moore) 24 -5
Belgravia 50
Bethnal Green 166
Bhabha, Homi K. 12 , 110 , 151
Big Apple Club 28
Big Ben 29 , 39
Big Yout 133
Binder, Wolfgang 163
Blackheath 169
Bloomsbury 60
Boehmer, Elleke 5
bomb-sites 19 , 60 , 62 , 80 , 91 , 105 -6, 190
Brick Lane 148 , 160
Bridgetown 1
Brixton 1 - 4 , 22 -3, 44 , 68 , 95 , 112 -13, 115 , 117 -19, 125 -8, 130 -1, 133 -8, 140 , 157 , 160 , 163 , 182 , 190 -1;
Frontline 126 , 128 , 133 , 157 ;
market 3 , 12 , 116 , 119 , 126 , 190 ;
Neighbourhood Community Association 128 ;
see also Railton Road
Broadwater Farm 128
Bromley 138 , 146
Brooker, Peter 161
Brooks, Gwendolyn 131
Brown, Lloyd W. 101
BUFP (Black Unity and Freedom Party) 93
BWG (Black Women's Group) 93

c
Cable Street 31 , 33
calypso 24 , 26 - 35 , 38 - 40 , 42 , 44 , 190
CAM (Caribbean Artists Movement) 131
Camberwell 85
Camden 148 ;
Camden Road 97
Canada 22 ;
Canadian 107 -8,
CARD (Campaign Against Racial Discrimination) 93

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Making a Song and Dance 24
  • 2 - London, England 59
  • 3 - Living Room 93
  • 4 - Babylon's Burning 126
  • 5 - Millennial Currents 158
  • Coda 189
  • Bibliography 195
  • Index 205
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