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dc.creatorMokrani Barkaoui, Selma
dc.date2010-06-01
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dc.identifierhttp://revue.umc.edu.dz/index.php/h/article/view/621
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/123456789/135229
dc.descriptionThis study suggests a different mode of viewing the contradictions inherent in E.M. Forster’s standing with regard to the British Empire. It contests the view that Forster is an anti-imperialist by making use of a wider range of his non-fictional writings. It also makes use of biographical proof to demonstrate that Forster was personally involved in the project of the British Empire, and therefore, complicit in the imperial venture. Forster’s attitude towards his country’s imperial dash is gauged within the context of his intellectual and literary relations with the Bloomsbury group.               The mercurial quality of his discourse about the imperial circumstances is analysed in order to highlight the perfunctory, self-reflexive nature of his compassion with the “natives.”fr-CA
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dc.publisherUniversité Constantine 1fr-CA
dc.relationhttp://revue.umc.edu.dz/index.php/h/article/view/621/fr10-MOKRANI-%20BARKAOUI.pdf
dc.rightsTous droits réservés (c) 2015 Revue Sciences Humainesfr-CA
dc.sourceRevue Sciences Humaines; N° 33 Juin 2010; 123-134en-US
dc.sourceRevue Sciences Humaines; N° 33 Juin 2010; 123-134fr-CA
dc.source111-505 X
dc.source111-505 X
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dc.titleE.M. Forster and the Writing of Empire: Aestheticentrism, Humanism, and Liberal Guiltfr-CA
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dc.typeArticle évalué par les pairsfr-CA
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