By Ranjan Ghosh
Edward stated is well known for his paintings as a critic and theorist of Orientalism and the Palestine obstacle, yet a long way much less consciousness has been dedicated to his huge physique of literary and cultural feedback. during this edited assortment, the individuals - many one of the top-rated acknowledged students on the earth - research acknowledged because the literary critic; his dating to different significant modern thinkers (including Derrida, Ricoeur, Barthes and Bloom); and his involvement with significant hobbies and issues of his time (such as song, Feminism, New Humanism, and Marxism). that includes freshly carved out essays on new parts of intervention, the quantity is an imperative addition for these attracted to Edward stated and the numerous parts within which his legacy looms.
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19. , 159. 20. Said, ‘Hope and Reconciliation,’ Boundary 2 (1993): 20:2 266–82, 274. 21. Culture and Imperialism, 36. 22. , 129. 23. , 195. 24. , 60. 25. , 308. 26. , 348. 27. So too Said’s poignant meditations on the loss and satisfactions of exile have been appropriated for a sanguine representation of the diasporic condition that appears unaware of its own elitism, and a mindless celebration of nomadism. 28. Rosa Luxemburg, The Accumulation of Capital (1913), trans. Agnes Schwarzschild (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1951), 446.
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2. Said, Culture and Imperialism (London: Chatto and Windus), 366–67. 3. Said, ‘Secular Criticism,’ in The World, the Text and the Critic (1984), 26. 4. , 28. 5. Said, Representations of the Intellectual (London: Vintage, 1994), 72. 6. See Said, ‘Traveling Theory,’ in The World, The Text and the Critic (1984); ‘Traveling Theory Reconsidered,’(1994) in Reflections on Exile and Other Literary and Cultural Essays (London: Granta Books, 2001). 7. Said, Humanism and Democratic Criticism (New York: Columbia University Press, 2004), 10.