This innovative book provides an incisive
critique of well-established positions in postcolonial theory and a
dramatic expansion in the range of interpretative tools available. Peter
Hallward gives substantial readings of four significant writers whose
work invites, to varying degrees, a singular interpretation of
postcolonialism: Edouard Glissant, Charles Johnson, Mohammed Dib, and
Severo Sarduy. Click here to download some excerpts from this book.