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This book is needed to be read carefully but once you're done reading you'll be glad to have done so. [....]
This book would be interesting to anyone interested in the culture of imperialism or in literary criticism of literature in the imperialist era.
His sympathies were with the poor Bedouins and he did not trust either the communist left nor the nationalist movements of the right.
The book is highly informative and assertive. In the level of language, Said use of language and grammar fascinates me; what make it interesting is the sort of refrain that follow,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dhiffaf Al-Shwillay
I really like Edward Said's work, especially 'Orientalism', and he has a great grasp of colonization and imperialism, and how they affect the culture of both, and the power... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Liza Kimball
This book is about how culture, power and imperialism have been stitched together to turn mere nations into Empires. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Herbert L Calhoun
I am a PhD student. This book present a Very interesting view of the Caribbean and helpful. Shows the complex scenario the zone represent for scholars of the Caribbean.Published 9 months ago by Carmen Santos-Corrada
this is a great book especially for an understanding of caribbean culture and attitudes and the effect slavery and colonisation has had on the region.Published 14 months ago by Tanya
it gives good insight that imperialism still exits in full force but in a different guise; the intelengence of the ordinary is beguiled.Published 14 months ago by shaukat ranaShaukat
Deep book that much-neededly drags the personal/political contex that envelops writers into open, but I wish he had translated the French, German,etc. Read morePublished 18 months ago by fedman
Is Allah an imperialist since Holy Quran sez that Allah ordained Israel to the Children of Israel?
Quran 10:93: We settled the Children of Israel in a beautiful dwelling... Read more