Islamic Postcolonialism: Islam and Muslim Identities in Four Contemporary British Novels

Islamic postcolonialism is a theoretical perspective that combines two components which have up until now existed in a state of tension. As a secular theory, postcolonialism has notably failed to account for Muslim priorities; it has, for instance, had severe problems critiquing the anti-Islam polemics of The Satanic Verses, as is evidenced by Edward Saids support for Rushdie, in spite of his criticism of the stereotypical representation of Islam and Muslims in the West. Islamic postcoloniali…

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