New Territories (Dramaturgies)

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At the more commercial end these changes made viable increased uses of colour and photography, and also generally lengthened publications, increasing the spaces for film criticism across a variety of new publications. Decorum had to be followed: characters are real (e.g. no ghosts) and behave according to their status. Mother Tongue, Father Time: A Decade of Linguistic Revolt. Frontiers: Essays and Writings on Racism and Culture. Textual Practice 10 (1996): 421-27. _____. "(B)ordering Naipaul: Indenture History and Diasporic Poetics."

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