Postcolonizing the Commonwealth: Studies in Literature and Culture

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Index
Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service Program (United States), 150-51
Aboriginals, 4, 20-30, 151
Achebe, Chinua, 43, 47, 162
ACLALS (Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies), 16, 28, 44
Acosta, José de, 194
Afkhami, Mahnaz, 139
African literature: and authenticity, 116-20, 181-87; as seen by Breytenbach, 75-85; and postcolonial theory, 15-17, 40, 46. See also South Africa
African National Congress. See ANC
Afrikaans, 5, 75, 87-97. See also Breytenbach
Afrikaner, 4-5, 75-85, 88-96
"Afriqua, ” 78, 85
Agrégation, 43, 44
Al-e Ahmad, Jalal, 134, 135
allegory, 54-58, 61-63, 65, 123, 173
Alone to Everest (Denman), 66
Althusser, Louis, 13
"ambi / valence, ” 99-111
Amundsen, Roald Engelbregt Gravning, 53
Anand, Mulk Raj, 161
ANC (African National Congress), 84, 117, 120
And They Didn't Die (Ngcobo), 6, 115-26
Ancestral Voices (Toorberg), 91
Anglo-Zulu war (1879), 106
Another Country (Schoeman), 88, 93, 95
apartheid, 34, 83, 84, 123, 125, 126
APELA (Association for the Studies of African Literatures), 46
Aristotle, 30
Arrow of God (Achebe), 43
Association for the Studies of African Literatures. See APELA
asymptosis, 34
Atkins, Keletso E., 109, 111
Atkinson, Alan, 35
At Women's Expense: State Power and the Politics of Fetal Rights (Daniels), 148
Atwood, Margaret, 31, 43, 48
Australia: and Aboriginals, 20-33; Flinders University, 17; and Hanson, 19-20, 23, 29; High Court, 4, 10, 21-23, 28; and land, 4, 10, 21-25, 30; Mabo case, 21-24, 28; Macquarie University, 17; postcolonial studies in, 1-4, 16, 47, 48; settler cultures in, 4, 19-34; University of Queensland, 2; Wik case, 21-23, 28-29, 30; Wollongong University, 17. See also under specific elements
authenticity, 9, 34, 111, 181-87
Bailey, Rebecca, 147-48
Baker, Houston A., Jr., 116
Balf, Todd, 59
Ball, John, 161
Ballyn, Susan, 42
Barcott, Bruce, 57, 58
Bardolph, Jacqueline, v, 1, 2-3, 39
Barnard, Lady Anne, 101, 102
Barthes, Roland, 47
Bass, Dick, 58, 65
Baugh, Edward, vii, 2-3, 11, 17
Beauty and the Beast (fairy tale), 171
Beauvoir, Simone de, 47, 133
Beck, Joan, 149
Beinart, William, 123
Belydenis van 'n Bedrieer (Botha), 90

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