Representing the Exotic and the Familiar

Politics and perception in literature

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The multicultural world of today is often said to be marked by a certain kind of exoticization: a “fetishizing process”, as Graham Huggan has called it, which separates a “first world” from a “third world”, the Occident from the Orient. The essays collected here re-assess this tendency, not least by focusing on the kinds of intellectual tourism and dilettantism to which it has given rise. The wider context of these analyses is a postcolonial scenario where literatures and languages can move from the “exotic” to the comparatively “familiar” space of contemporary writings; where an exotic mythos can live on into the familiar present; and where certain perceptions and representations of peoples, of literatures, and of languages have turned exoticization and familiarization into global modes of mass-cultural consumption. Especially by exploring the liminalities between different cultures, this collection manages to trace both the history and the politics of exoticist representation and, in so doing, to make a significant critical intervention.
[FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures, 12]  2019.  xix, 363 pp.
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Table of Contents
Series editor’s preface
xi
Acknowledgements
xiii–xiv
Contributors
xv–xix
Introduction
Meenakshi Bharat and Madhu Grover
1–8
Foreword: Literary politics and perception: Moving beyond representation
Elleke Boehmer
9–13
Part I. Traversing unfamiliar spaces
Chapter 1. Magical modernities: The familiar and the exotic on Indian lifestyle TV
Tania Lewis
17–33
Chapter 2. Kipling’s “wild and strange” India: The “insider” perspective of the short stories
Madhu Grover
35–49
Chapter 3. Exoticism and familiarity in Victor Segalen’s travel poetry
Ian Fookes
51–66
Chapter 4. Cambodia through Western eyes: The exotic, the familiar, and the universal
Robert Horne
67–78
Chapter 5. Italian travel narratives on twentieth century China: Alterity, distance and self-identification
Linetto Basilone
79–93
Chapter 6. Affect labelling as a means of challenging exotic stereotypes in readings of Salwa Bakr’s “The Golden Chariot”
Christa Knellwolf King
95–108
Chapter 7. Exoticization of Russia and the Russian people in Polish literature
Barbara Sobczak and Monika Wojciak
109–124
Part II. Mediating local voices
Chapter 8. The power and powerlessness of the exotic status
Devika Brendon
127–138
Chapter 9. Challenging taxonomies of the “local” and the “exotic”: The works of Hansda Showvendra Shekhar
Vibha S. Chauhan
139–153
Chapter 10. Overturning the familiar and the exotic: The fiction of Ranendra and Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar
Namita Sethi
155–171
Chapter 11. Translation as the interplay of the familiar and the exotic in A. K. Ramanujan’s Poems of Love and War
S. Annapoorni
173–187
Chapter 12. The exotic and the familiar and translation
Mitra Phukan
189–196
Chapter 13. A play of the familiar and the exotic through the lens of Madhwacharya’s Bhasha theory: The Sangraha Ramayana and its translations
Aparna Srinivas and Sunitha S. Rao
197–212
Chapter 14. Exoticizing 1984: Trauma, telling, and the anti-Sikh pogrom
Ritika Singh
213–224
Part III. Transcending familiar boundaries
Chapter 15. André Brink’s A Dry White Season as film: Foreignization and domestication1
Hennie P. van Coller and Anthea Van Jaarsveld
227–240
Chapter 16. No tiger in the tale: Effacing otherness in Yann Martel’s Life of Pi
Suhaile Azavedo
241–251
Chapter 17. From exotic to domestic: The other, the native and cultural relativism in Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible
Ansul Rao
253–264
Chapter 18. V. S. Naipaul and Jhumpa Lahiri: The politics of identity and the performance of exoticism
Afrinul Haque Khan
265–279
Chapter 19. Turning the exotic into the familiar: Tabish Khair’s novels and their contemporary cultural and political context
Liliana Sikorska
281–294
Chapter 20. Coloured exoticism in Toni Morrison’s God Help the Child1
Lekha Roy
295–307
Chapter 21. Exotic madness in Caribbean literature: From marginalization to empowerment and indigenization
Bénédicte Ledent
309–322
Chapter 22. Plant/woman encounters in contemporary fairy-tale adaptations
Daniela Kato
323–335
Bibliography
337–355
Author index
357
General index
361–363
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